A fan-made 3D render of Among Us using Unreal Engine 4 is circulating the internet, and the results are breathtaking. The game is a colourful 2D experience that notices players working together to complete all the tasks while trying to figure out which one of them is an imposter. The imposter works against the remaining team and tries to kill them off one-by-one which is more entertaining than it sounds and all thanks to the game’s cartoonish style.
The game is free for its followers on Android and iOS but arrives with ads, while players on PC can buy the game for USD 4.99 on Steam and get an ad-free experience. There is a myriad of DLC also for the game, all of which is cosmetic, such as pets that can give company to players around the maps. There are Among Us wallpapers also available for mobile users, such as the Interstellar Crewmate, the Cityscape Imposter, and more.
Capitalizing the game’s popularity, Reddit follower i am back it rendered Among Us in full 3D utilizing Unreal Engine 4. The Redditor posted a video displaying them exploring the game’s first map, a spacefaring vessel – complete with the Medbay, Upper Engine Room, Reactor, and many more. Viewers can even see its fellow crewmate aboard, dressed in yellow and looking a disagreeable lot like a Minion from Despicable Me.
Renderings such as the one shown above should take a considerable deal of time for someone to make, especially when they are not backed by the capital or staff of dedicated studios. It is this type of time investment and dedication – not to mention skill – that showcases the various talents of the gaming community, as well as their love for specific titles. The developers at InnerSloth, a small team of passionate individuals who want people to love their content, should be proud that someone would take the time to create their project in their unique style.
Gamers can be various most diehard, loyal people in an industry, and their commitment to a particular franchise, developer, or publisher will only improve when companies support fan-made productions of their universes. The outpouring of fan art and various tributes from Among Us players goes to show that. Often, these fan creations end up getting them in official trouble with a game’s developer. In this case with Apeiron, a fan-made remake of Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic that would have been free to PC owners who had a legitimate copy of the original game – until Disney and LucasArts shut that right down to the dismay of anxious fans.