A small patch launched today and a detailed post on Steam addresses some of these issues directly. “Firstly, we want to be sure to talk about the cheating and hacking going on,” said Puffballs United, one of the game’s developers. “It was pretty bad there for a bit, so Forte pushed out server changes really fast.” As it so happens, those server changes ended up causing some of the bugs currently present in Among Us. As such, InnerSloth is going to continue rolling out server updates and anti-hacks, but at a much slower pace.
More content in the meantime
The update itself doesn’t contain much to address these issues. Various options are being added to Among Us, such as an anonymous voting option and different task bar modes, but nothing that resolves the game’s larger issues.
Instead, those will be addressed in the future. “We have lots of things planned, but no real official roadmap,” said Puffballs United in the post. “We play things pretty loose so we can tackle what we think the game needs most.” To that end, the larger changes coming to Among Us in the future are sure to iron out cheaters and bugs, with some new content to boot.
Hey all, new #AmongUs update 2020.10.22 is out! A small update and a peak into what we’re working on, including new map and accounts!!! Many MANY things are happening, thanks for everyone’s continued support!! Ok back to work.https://t.co/XXOZzJpbiQ
— InnerSloth (@InnerslothDevs) November 3, 2020
In December, players can expect accounts to be added to the game. With these in place, players will be able to report accounts for cheating or just being toxic in-game. Later on down the line, these accounts will also have friends lists, meaning we may not need room codes for that much longer.
A new map is also on the way that is based on Henry Stickmin, a series created by Puffballs United. According to the post, this new map will be larger than Polus and contain a number of new tasks. Naturally, whenever the map comes out, it will be free to all players.