Becoming an exorcist in BitLife can be a very difficult but rewarding career path. Not only do you receive an annual salary, but you can resell the haunted houses you buy for more money. This means that once you start buying and exorcising ghosts in your houses, you can live a comfortable life and continue buying more houses. In the case of the previous Ghostbusters challenge and the current Demon Slayer Challenge, you are tasked with exorcising ghosts in your own haunted houses. By the end of this guide, you will learn how to exorcise ghosts in haunted houses in BitLife.
How to Exorcise Ghosts in Haunted Houses in BitLife
Before you are able to exorcise ghosts, you need to purchase a haunted house. Navigate to Activities and to the Shopping tab. Select any Real Estate Broker, and scroll through the lists until you find a haunted house. If you can afford the house, purchase it! This may be difficult to accomplish in your early life if you are not lucky. If you do not see any haunted houses, age up and continue trying until you find one you can afford.
Once you buy a haunted house, you will see a “Spirits” tab and a hauntedness bar. Select this tab, and you will see a list of the spirits currently in your house. Open the ghost’s profile, and you will be given the option to exorcise it or summon it. If you pick the exorcise option, you will then have the choice to exorcise the ghost yourself or hire someone.
Regardless of the option you choose, you have a chance at failing the exorcism. The friendlier a spirit is, the less likely it is to attack you if you fail the exorcism. If you continuously fail an exorcism, the ghost will become more active and less friendly. In extreme cases, the spirit can inflict severe damage on you and bring your health down, potentially killing your character. Be sure to actively work out at the gym, meditate, and tending to your garden to keep your health bar high.
Once you become an exorcist and exorcise these ghosts, you will have completed the fifth and final task of the Demon Slayer Challenge in BitLife. For more information about a previous BitLife challenge, visit our coverage here.