One of the most played games over the last two years, Among Us is still popular among the masses. The Game Awards 2020 Best Mobile Game winner has released the roadmap for 2023 to give a sneak peek of what’s coming next for the Among Us fans.
A new map is in the works, along with UI changes and a quickchat rework
Among Us in their tweet revealed what’s going to come next. Although it isn’t confirmed with the dates and in which order they are coming, a tease of the updates is mentioned. With December 2022 update already introducing the Hide and Seek mode, we shall see what’s coming next.
The coming update will feature changes in the UI, with the appearance of the buttons and the overall look at the game, which might not be a big one. Reporting options will be made easier along with easier store navigation. We expect to see some customization options, but it is in the hands of the developer.
In the plans section in the Among Us roadmap for 2023, a new map number 5 will see light. Even though the details of the map like the theme haven’t been revealed yet. However, the makers revealed that it’ll feature new tasks that players can explore with some tiny details in the mix.
With the rework of the quickchat and the matchmaking improvements in the upcoming updates, fans will have an easier, faster, and better experience during their matches. With new collaborations in their roadmap, we might see new skins and in-game events live.
Among Us roadmap is pretty interesting. This might not be seen as a huge announcement, but the improvements it’ll make will be huge. Slightest of matchmaking improvements are always a plus and a new map is interesting. However, we would have loved it if there was a new role added, as it might up the game feel a bit, but in the end, it is the developers who do what’s best for their game.
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