Among Us Future Plans Revealed

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Released in June 2018, Among Us only rose to popularity over the past few months. Now, since the game is gaining new players rapidly, developer Innersloth has revealed what it plans to add to the game in the future.

On November 3, the developer released a small patch and shared a roadmap of what to expect from Among Us in the future. The new update added an anonymous voting option and Task Bar modes. While the developer hasn't shared a concrete roadmap for future content, it did roughly reveal the big things that players can expect:

  • Accounts: Account will enable players to report other players who are involved in toxic behavior or using cheats. Accounts should become available in Among Us in December, but the friendlist option will arrive at a later date.
  • Brand-New Map: Innersloth is also working on a Henry Stickmin themed map, which the developer says is bigger than the Polus map. The new map will have plenty of new tasks and will be available for free for everyone.
  • Translations/Localization: Currently, Among Us is only translated into a few languages, and some localized languages aren't professional. So, Innersloth is looking at hiring professional translators to add more localized languages and improve upon already existing languages.
  • Colorblind support: Players can also look forward to colorblind support.

Innersloth also reminded fans that this isn't the entire list of upgrades that the developer is planning to add to Among Us. The developer said that it is not ready at the moment to share all planned changes that will be arriving in the future.

Among Us is currently available only on mobile devices and PC. Previously, fans have requested Innersloth to release Among Us on PS4 and Xbox One as well. The developer replied to the request by saying that Among Us is currently developed for touch and keyboard controls. And, since consoles use controllers, the Among Us team will need to dedicate time to create a controller-supported way to play, which isn't the first priority at the moment.

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