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New Among Us update lets players Vote Anonymously, comes with new Task Bar modes and more

Among Us’ development team InnerSloth has rolled out a patch that gives the gameplay more enjoyable 
with few new in-game features alongside bug fixes. Anonymous Voting mode, the most anticipated addition in the latest update is a feature that will let you vote against other players without leaving a single hint that it’s you. Instead of your role’s color, all votes cast will be displayed in gray. This will add more twist to guessing the game, and it will give the Impostors a chance to sneakily vote out other players without leaving a single footprint. The update also contains various fixes and slight improvements. 

And, not just that. InnerSlot co-founder Marcus also revealed that the game will support 12 to 15 players per server soon on their official Twitter account.

Here’s what this update contains:

– Added Anonymous Voting option

       All votes appear as grey

– Added Task Bar Modes

      Always mode works like normal

      Meeting mode only updates the bar during meetings

      Invisible mode removes the task bar entirely

– MIRA: Comms sabotage clears the security logs

– Added symbols to fix wires task

– Added cosmetics to meeting screen

– Various bug fixes

InnerSloth (Official Patch Notes)

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