Members of the highly successful indie game Among Us development team used social media to call for Fortnite’s new Impostor mode, which is very similar to the game.
A new game mode that lets eight agents fight against two scammers in a battle of wit and spy shares a mysterious similarity between us in terms of gameplay and design. The announcement that Innersloth confirmed to IGN was not a collaboration between the two games, so individual members of the indie studio visited Twitter to share their feelings about the situation.
programmer Gary Porter I quickly pointed out some similarities between Fortnite’s loop control features and Skeld-the first map to debut at Among Us. Marcus Bromander, co-founder of Innersloth, is well known by his online name. Puffballs United “We haven’t patented the Among Us mechanic. I don’t think it will lead to a healthy gaming industry. But it’s really hard to put more than 10% effort to spin ourselves. Is it? ”
It’s okay for them to turn over electricity and Medbay and connect security to the cafeteria. pic.twitter.com/XXVsJPpiXn
— Gary Porter (@supergarydeluxe) August 17, 2021
Community director among us Victoria Trang “It would have been really, really cool to collaborate,” he said on Twitter, before pointing out the apparent similarities between the themes and terms shared by the two games.
Despite the team’s dissatisfaction with Fortnite’s new game mode, it’s not all fate and darkness for indie studios. The Innersloth team is working on a number of projects with other indie developers featuring the collaboration of Among Us.according to Carrom Underwood Robot Teddy’s studio, a video game consulting agency working with Innersloth, has a number of Among Us IP stock agreements that developers can request to use in their games. Underwood recommended contacting others if they would like to collaborate with Among Us in the future.
Like the mechanics of the game, they shouldn’t be gate-keeping, but at least even different themes and terms make things more interesting? 😕
— Victoria Tran 🧋 (@TheVTran) August 17, 2021
Apart from the current collaboration, Innersloth recently published a roadmap for the 2021 Among Us. You can see this in the video below. For more information on the game, read the review of Among Us, which provided the game on 9/10, and stated that it “successfully transfers the fraudulent gameplay of face-to-face cloak and dagger games to the video game format.” please confirm.
Jared Moore is an IGN freelance writer who often interferes with friendships in various Cloak and Dagger games.You can follow him twitter..