New Among Us Map Is An Homage To The Developer’s Previous Game
The massively popular Among Us is continuing to garner all sorts of attention from casual gamers and celebrities alike, with the title even landing a nomination for The Game Awards 2020. Meanwhile, the folks over at Innersloth are continuing to make the game the best it can be, offering up new content despite being a title that’s now a couple years old. To that end, it’s been recently revealed that a new Among Us map is on its way, and it actually serves as a lovely homage to one of the developer’s previously released games.
Innersloth recently took to Twitter to announce that a new Among Us map is on the way. Currently referred to as the Airship map, the location appears to be an homage to the Toppa Clan Airship from the Henry Stickmin series, created by Innersloth prior to the release of Among Us. Check it out below:
🚀 Welcome to the official Among Us Twitter 🚀
Get all the news, peeks, and fun shenanigans here and become a part of the crew.
Here’s a special look at the NEW Among Us map! (For your eyes only!!) (Don’t show the impostors!!) pic.twitter.com/FrCkK7ZcnI
— Among Us (@AmongUsGame) November 18, 2020
The new Among Us map isn’t the only bit of content to look forward to, as Innersloth will also be implementing an account system and colorblind support likely by the end of the year. Bits of the latter can already be seen within the game in the form of symbols on the ‘Wires’ task that lets players complete said task without needing to do it based on color.
Among Us is now available for PC, Android, and iOS. Official Among Us merch is also available if you’re feeling kinda sus. Those interested in the Henry Stickmin games can check out the Henry Stickmin Collection, now available on Steam.
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