Among Us devs speak out against Epic’s Fortnite Imposters

"This was just another fun reminder of how tiny we all really are."

Among Us developers at Innersloth have taken to social media to speak out against Epic Games’ Fortnite Imposters, a mode that looks to liberally borrow from the indie title.

Adriel Wallick posted a comic of one person stealing and claimng ownership of an item from another, writing, “ just feeling pretty bummed today. Everything in the world was already feeling insurmountable, so this was just another fun reminder of how tiny we all really are.

“It would’ve been really, really cool to collab haha,” wrote Victoria Tran. “Just sad indie hours [right now].”

“Llike game mechanics fine, those shouldn’t be gatekept,” she continued in another tweet, “but at the very least even different themes or terminology makes things more interesting?”

For more on Fortnite Imposters, head here.

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