Among Us developer Innersloth recently announced it was cancelling plans for a sequel in order to work on the original game, and it seems the first of those changes are already being introduced in the Among Us beta’s October update – with players spotting a number of additions that could make the deduction process rather more challenging.
As promised in a recent blog post, Innersloth is also introducing some changes to make the game more colour blind-friendly, and so the wires task has been altered to display shapes rather than making players rely on colour alone.
Preview of the new colorblind wires in the next update! from r/AmongUs
Should you want to take the beta for a test-drive, you can find it on Steam by right-clicking on the game, selecting properties, and finding the betas tab. From there you’ll need to select “public-beta”, and the new version should start downloading. Unfortunately the beta is only available for PC users, so those on mobile will have to wait until these features make it into the full release. Beta luck next time.
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