Among Us Developers Planning to Add Guardian Angels To The Game

Among Us Developers Planning to Add Guardian Angels To The Game

InnerSloth, developer of Among Us planning to make the game fun for the players. Recently, a player who has been killed can return as a ghost to accomplish incomplete tasks. But they will have limitations. Surprisingly, they won’t be able to interact with other players, as it would give a hint to the Crewmates about Imposters of the game. However, on Twitch’s Weekly Gaming Show, InnerSloth’s Forest Willard disclosed that the team is actively looking for avenues to rope in more slain players into the game, to act as Guardian Angels which can save the life of other players. According to Willand that had contemplated a lot about upgrading ghosts to Guardian Angels but it was a challenging task initially.

The role of ghosts in Among Us happens to be one of the least exciting aspects of the game. InnerSloth didn’t clarify the role of Guardian Angels, but it will be fascinating to witness the developer searching for ways to improve the game. InnerSloth was preparing a sequel to Among Us. But that had to be called off. Last month, the developer made it public that it will continue working on the current version, and upgrade it. Some of the developments are colourblind support, a new level, and more.

Post-release in 2018, interest in Among Us has grown exponentially over the last few months. Many streamers discovered and whole-heartedly accepted the title during the global pandemic. Now it is a very favoured game on streaming platforms like Twitch. This has contributed extraordinarily to the game’s growth, and social media has been flooded with memes and artwork related to the game. Apart from the upgradations to the game, fans were seeking a console port. Nothing has been officially announced yet, but it is most likely that the game’s popularity will soar. It is presently available on iOS, Android, and PC. If you a fan of Among Us, do share your feedback in the comments or share your thoughts directly on Twitter at @Marcdachamp.

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