Phasmophobia – Sunny Meadows Restricted Card, Explained

Phasmophobia is a game for those with nerves of steel and a taste for danger. Putting yourself in the shoes of a ghost hunter, it’s up to you to hunt down and identify the particular spirit that haunts a place. With a wide variety of ghosts and maps to choose from, the level of replayability is very high. However, one map, Sunny Meadows, appears twice. Why is that?

What is the Sunny Meadows map in Phasmophobia?

With the Apocalypse update for Phasmophobia, the Asylum map has been revamped and now comes in two flavors. There is Sunny Meadows and restricted Sunny Meadows. Sunny Meadows is the full version of the map while Sunny Meadows Restricted is a part of the larger map. The full map will be displayed for Sunny Meadows Restricted, but doors and sections will be locked, preventing further access.


Asylum was Phasmophobia’s biggest card before the update. This large size made it difficult for small teams and solo hunters. With this revamp, players can get a taste of the Haunted Asylum without having to deal with the headache of the larger map. Players can also use the restricted map to get used to the “new” map. All in all, it’s a smart design decision on Kinetic Games’ part. Just make sure you come back from the hunt in one piece.

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