One of the game's most devoted players recently converted the popular multiplayer social deduction game Among Us, developed by Innersloth, into a fighting game set in an arena. The spin-off above, which goes by the name Among Us Arena Ultimate, may be downloaded right now via the website Itch, a digital distribution platform. \n \nThere is no cost associated with playing the game. After receiving overwhelmingly positive feedback upon its initial release in 2018, Among Us was eventually adapted for use on consoles of the most recent generation in the years 2020 and 2021. \n \nAccording to the official explanation, this is a fun game that is not linked with Innersloth, and the content contained inside is not authorized or otherwise supported by Innersloth in any way. The most complete and definitive Among Us arena experience has now come! Compared to the first version of the game, this one will feel and look like a completely different experience because of all the brand-new content that has been added. \n \nOn Twitter, the individual who goes by the alias Starcutter is the one who is responsible for Among Us Arena Ultimate. According to Starcutter, if you enjoy this game, you should really consider donating to help finance the development of the real fighting game that my team and I are working on. Make sure that you also give your support to the developers working on Innersloth. \n \nIn general, people have enjoyed Among Us Arena Ultimate; nevertheless, a few issues need to be ironed out in the game. For example, on Itch, a user named CommanderDemon commented, "I like the game. However, the AI might use some tweaking because it actually cheats." Since they utilized Supers a lot despite getting utterly decimated, Bursts the moment I struck them, and counters despite getting hit after they flashed, I got the impression that the AI earned a lot more Super Meter than I did.