Among Us devs know new things are taking long, here’s why

The designers of Amongst United States dropped a line on Tuesday to thank fans for their perseverance and describe why brand-new advancements in the resurgent multiplayer blockbuster are coming gradually.

Among Us gained incredible traction pretty late into 2020 that we weren’t expecting, and that meant A LOT of change for us,” InnerSloth composed on the studio’s main blog site. “Not only did we need to switch back to working on Among Us after thinking it was done, but we also needed to set ourselves up more sustainably to work on the game.”

Amongst United States released on Windows PC in November 2018, however it ended up being a quarantine-culture, social-gaming hit after leading Twitch banners began streaming it over the summer season. The extra hiring and company required to handle post-release assistance for the video game consumed a number of months’ time, InnerSloth stated. It likewise suggested the studio quit working on a follow up back in September, to make certain gamers on brand-new platforms weren’t scammed by the initial video game.

“There’s a ton of other things out of our control (legal issues, meetings, planning), so sometimes these things take longer as well,” the article checks out.

Amongst United States likewise made its console launching with the Nintendo Change in December, which includes accreditation and procedures aside from post-launch assistance of the initial video game. InnerSloth, based in Redmond, Washington, has 4 staff members. “We have help from our porting partners for that,” the studio stated, “but it still means we need to make sure future things we do are supported on those platforms.”

Amongst United States will release on Xbox One and Xbox Series X this year, and is currently readily available to Xbox Video game Pass for PC customers. At The Video game Awards 2020 on Dec. 10, Innersloth revealed a brand-new map, Airship, would be signing up with the video game.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.