Some Among Us devs seem to be offended with Fortnite's latest Impostors mode, and took to Twitter to express their stance on the matter.
Innersloth is partnering with Maximum Games to release three separate collector's editions across PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo Switch.
A notable source for PlayStation releases shares a possible release date for Among Us on consoles, but fans shouldn't get hopes too high.
Developer Innersloth confirms that a whopping 15 million copies of Among Us were claimed during the game's free week on EGS.
A new roadmap for Innersloth's Among Us reveals a new map as well as a heavily requested Hide and Seek mode coming down the line.
Among Us replaces 2K's NBA 2K21 as the free game it will be available until June 3rd, when it will be replaced by another mystery game.
Gets exclusive Ratchet and Clank-themed costume.
This marks the biggest map so far.
InnerSloth explains why the map has taken so long to release.
Innersloth talks about how they "needed to set ourselves up more sustainably to work on the game."
A moving platform seems to potentially be a new problem.
That's a lot of imposters.
It is also available on Xbox Game Pass for PC starting today.
It's available on the eShop for just $5.
The map looks to be more elaborate than those currently available.
InnerSloth has also removed ads from the mobile version till 2021.
We'll find out more at The Game Awards 2020.
Why are audiences to taken with Innersloth's breakout hit?
Developer Innersloth announces that all content planned for the sequel will be coming to the original.