Among Us has been the name of the year, and Innersloth is treating fans with a major mid-October update that will bring a plethora of new changes to the game. Despite not releasing any official patch notes, keen fans have managed to dig the new features out, some of which have already been added to the game.
The beta version of the game now has the Anonymous voting feature active, where the vote becomes totally anonymous, and no one is able to see who voted for who. This makes bluffing and duping, even scarier, which results in more complicated
One of the tasks of the game, which included matching the wiring raised a lot of issues for clour-blind players. However, support has been added to the game, which will make their experience much smoother. Along with matching wires based on their colors, players can now also match them based on a shape drawn next to each wire.
The Taskbar will now have three options that players can choose from. These are "always," in "meetings" or "never," and depending on the options players chose, the Taskbar will be displayed only at that particular moment.
In a recent stream InnerSloth, a team of just three developers revealed that they are considering reworking ghosts in the game. "We’ve thought of a lot about (turning Ghosts into) Guardian Angels and stuff like that, but it’s a difficult thing to pull off but we’re definitely thinking about those sort of things." It would be interesting to see if the developers tweak ghosts' role in the game. InnerSloth is yet to reveal any official date for the next update but expect it to come out pretty soon.