Among Us is a murder mystery party style game that consists of a minimum of four and a maximum of 10 players in a lobby, where players are assigned the roles of crewmates stuck in a spaceship, including one or more impostors who need to kill the entire crew to win the game.
Undoubtedly, Among Us is one of the most trending games of 2020, and somehow the majority of the players are now bored with the same style of classic gameplay and want some new modes to spice up the game.
Among Us fans recently came up with many interesting and new thrilling modes for the game. Murder, She Wrote, is one of the latest modes introduced by fans, and the title is totally inspired by the American crime drama television series originally released on September 30, 1984.
In this article, we take a look at the new set of rules, format, and other in-game settings that are necessary to alter in Among Us.
How to play the Murder, She Wrote mode in Among Us?
Note: The Murder, She Wrote mode in Among Us is only to be played with friends and not random players. This mode is unofficial, so hosts will have to officiate their games to ensure everyone is playing it right.
Rules to follow:
- Impostors can sabotage the map.
- Crewmates can fix the sabotages.
- Crewmates need to finish all their tasks as soon as possible.
- After a dead body is reported, no one is allowed to answer any questions.
- Only the cremate reporting the body can answer all the questions.
- Every player can ask the questions, but only the person who reported the dead body can respond.
Now, let us take a look into the in-game settings of the custom Murder, She Wrote mode.
The in-game settings to follow in Murder, She Wrote mode are:
- Player Speed - 1.5x
- Crewmate Vision - 1.0x
- Impostor Vision - 1.0x
- Kill Cooldown - 30 seconds
- Kill Distance - Short
- Visual Tasks - On
- Common tasks - 2
- Long tasks - 3
- Short tasks - 5
This mode in Among Us is super fun to play with friends as only the person who reported the body could respond to the following questions. Hence, the other crewmates are led by the vision of that person, which may be deceiving or true vice-versa. It either assists the impostors in their gameplay or paves a difficult way for them as the person reporting states what he/she had witnessed during the game.Published 12 Nov 2020, 16:01 IST