Among Us, the indie title that took the gaming world by storm on the second half of 2020 thanks to its simple yet addictive gameplay loop is set to receive more and more content as developer InnerSloth ditched plans for a sequel in favour of constantly updating the current title.
In a developer updated posted this 19th January, the devs gave fans more info regarding the upcoming map, Airship, the new Nintendo Switch and Xbox ports, and even some general performance updates.
Let's take a look at everything coming to Among Us in 2021.
Among Us new map - Airship
Revealed during The Game Awards, the new Airship map has been scheduled for early 2021, with no specific date.
InnerSloth describes it as a "huge map with all new tasks and rooms to explore." Players can choose where to spawn unlike normal maps, and to top it all off, the update will be free.
Among Us on Nintendo Switch and Xbox
As a reminder, InnerSloth made sure players know Among Us is already available on Nintendo Switch and Xbox Game Pass on PC, with console support coming in the near future.
Among Us - New 2021 content
"Now that we've wrapped up a lot of stuff for the holidays, we're looking to be more transparent about what we're launching and the expected order by making a public roadmap," the blog reads.
Don't expect specific dates, however, at least until the devs are certain they can hit one.