May 23, 2022

New Among Us Map Teased by Developer Innersloth

Among Us’ devs, Innersloth has teased some fresh, new content for the game. Keep an eye out during this year’s Game Awards

2020 smash-hit Among Us has been a real success story in the second half of this year.

The title, which takes the mystery of popular tabletop accuse-em-ups like One Night Ultimate Werewolf and Secret Hitler into a video-game format, has blown up in recent months, despite being released in 2018.

Innersloth‘s title took off so dramatically that the developer decided to cancel plans for an upcoming sequel. It instead decided to turn its efforts to improvements for the original.

Now, the first fruits of those efforts are nearly ready to be shown, as the game’s new Twitter account teased this week;

While some of us are still getting to grips with the currently available map, it seems fans will soon be grappling with imposters in a new area.

So far, only the above image, showing a Star Trek-style ship’s bridge (along with some new skins for your crewmates!), has been shown. The company has promised to show more at next month’s Game Awards.

Fans have pointed out that the design seems to be a tribute to the Henry Stickmin series, which Innersloth co-founder Marcus Bromander [also known as PuffballsUnited], worked on prior to Among Us.

Has Among Us been a good party game for you to keep in touch with friends during 2020? Let us know in the comments below.


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