- Despite being a game that doesn't take up 100 MB on your HDD, Among Us is one of the most popular games on Steam.
- The developers want to keep it that way by keeping the game fresh and adding new content constantly.
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Among Us can be considered a late bloomer in the realm of gaming, since it been around since 2018, but only this year did a sudden boom in popularity occur.
It fact, this sudden burst boosted it to become one of the most top-played games on Steam, along with mobile platforms as well.
In order to keep the game feeling fresh and capitalize on its popularity, Innersloth, the developers of Among US are constantly updating and fixing the game.
Among Us to add a new map, anonymous voting, and more
On that note, Innersloth just released an update to Among Us, along with a roadmap of things to come in the near future.
These changes include:
- A new map
- An account system
- Colorblind mode
- Anonymous voting
- Taskbar modes
All of these new features are meant to add a new layer of complexity to this already engaging game, and it will also allow Imposters more flexibility in terms of how they can take out the competition.
Besides, the account system that is scheduled to arrive somewhere in December is meant to allow players to report those that offer toxic gameplay experiences, or those that frequently hack the game.
Innersloth is also addressing in-game cheating
Another major concern of the game is the rise in hacks and cheats, and the developers commented on how they will address this in the future as well:
There will be more server updates to fix all of this, but rushing anti-hacks is what caused the bugs, so cleaning things up is a slower process.
Also rest assured that any threats made in the game are false and your devices and data are safe. If you see a hacker, ban them or find a different room.
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