Among Us Patch gets rid of known issues and bugs
The latest Among Us patch (released on Tuesday, November 24, 2020) is on the verge of domination, as it fixes a lot of known issues that were causing big frustrations among players. This deception game has grown quite a lot over the past, and judging by its Roadmap heading forward, it’s most likely to become an even more intriguing game to play. Best enjoyed with friends, understandingly, Among Us is stepping forward quite heavily.
Innersloth’s latest Among Us patch has concluded a lot of known issues. From balance to bug fixes and other improvements, the game is now more approachable than ever before. The balance changes address the Comms sabotage logic, which now hides the task arrows, and Comms red light no longer responds to the correct position.
With the new map coming to Among Us, these changes are probably the most exciting ones ready to escort its launch. For a complete list of patch notes, make sure you check the list below:
- Comms sabotage hides task arrows
- Comms red light no longer immediately responds to the correct position
- Fixed camera flinging on security cams
- Fixed inaccurate admin table on Polus
- Fixed Polus panels reachable through walls
- Fix solo-complete reactor/seismic exploit
- Fix align engine exploit and softlock
Furthermore, Innersloth has discovered that some of the biggest priorities have been to get a new account system. This will allow reporting accounts much easier, which will be linked to a moderation platform that will tackle weird players and incidents. Innersloth wants to build a healthy community, nurturing a healthy game community.
Based on its explosive success in popularity, Among Us got nominated in two categories at The Game Awards, Best Multiplayer, and Best Mobile Game.