Among Us has released an update for anonymous voting
Among us, the developers of InnerSloth have released a patch for the game that adds options for anonymous voting, among other things. The new features are available in an update that has been rolled out for Android, iOS, and PC via Steam. Other features introduced in the update include added taskbar modes, new symbols for the task of fixing cables, and cosmetics for the meeting screen. The update also fixes several bugs. The InnerSloth co-founder also revealed on Twitter that the game will soon support 12-15 players per server.
Along with updates, InnerSloth also Announced a “little roadmap” for the game. Among us It is expected to get accounts in December, which will allow players to report accounts that are hacking the game or are toxic. Players will also be able to create friend lists.
Players will be able to vote anonymously in the game update, where all votes will be grayed out. The new taskbar modes include a meeting mode, which only updates the bar during meetings, an invisible mode that removes the taskbar entirely, and the always-working mode as it currently does. The Among US update also contains a first step on support for the color blind.
InnerSloth co-founder Marcus also confirmed on Twitter that Among Us will soon support 12-15 players per server.
A new map for Among Us is currently in development, which will contain new tasks and be larger than the current Polus Map. The new map will be free to all players and has the “Henry Stickmin” theme, which is a previous series of games from the same creators.
While the popular game has some language translations currently available, the developers also revealed that they were planning to get professional translations into multiple languages.