Emerson Janes, a fifth-grader in Tarrytown, New York, started playing Among Us last fall. Before the pandemic, he and his friends liked to play games in person. With that no longer possible, Among Us seemed like a good alternative.
“We play it together when we have free time at school on Fridays,” Emerson says.
The team at InnerSloth is still working on updates and improvements for Among Us, such as a new map, or playing field, and more supported languages.
“Whenever you allow people to connect, be creative, and have fun,” Tran says, “it keeps the game feeling fresh and exciting every single time.”