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Among Us’s hide ‘n seek mode will be out on December 9th

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Among Us’ Hide ‘n Seek mode finally has a release date, and it’s coming really soon. You’ll be able to play the new mode beginning December 9th, developer Innersloth announced at The Game Awards 2022. Innersloth first announced the mode in 2021, and it seems like a delightful new reason to jump back into Among Us if you haven’t played in awhile.

The new update won’t just have Hide ‘n Seek; Innersloth also says it will add new “surprises to survive from,” new cosmetics, the ability to pet your pets, and… screaming? The new additions mean I’ll probably be jumping back in with my friends and family over the holidays.

The new update is just one big expansion to the Among Us universe since the game became super popular during the early days of the pandemic. The VR version of the game released just last month, and it looks quite fun, too.





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