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Among Us Sequel Cancelled in Favor of Improvements to the Original Game

Among Us developer InnerSloth has cancelled the planned sequel to its hit multiplayer game due to the original’s vast and unanticipated success.

Originally released in 2018, Among Us has become a runaway success in recent months due to its popularity on Twitch. It has 10 million Steam installs, where it costs $4.99, and a further 70 million on Android, where’s it’s free.

The gameplay sees a group of players working together on a spaceship to uncover an imposter in their ranks who is trying to sabotage the craft and kill everyone on board.

According to InnerSloth, the sequel – which would have enabled the developers to update the codebase – has been canned so that the team can keep supporting a game that so many people are enjoying.

All of the content that was planned for the Among Us 2 will now go into Among Us in the form of updates. Other tweaks and additions are promised, too, including colorblind support, a friends system, and a new stage.

You can download Among Us for free right now on the Google Play Store.

Source: The Verge

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