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Among Us Reveals New Features, New Stage, and Server Improvements Coming Soon

Among Us 2 has been canceled, and there’s a good reason why. Among Us debuted back in 2018 from developer InnerSloth to little attention. Fast-forward to September 2020, it’s the hottest game on the Internet. Why? Well, it mostly comes down to Twitch streamers and YouTubers who recently picked up the game in a major way starting last month. This led to viewers en masse picking up the game, and because of the game’s quality, it has retained many of these players. And that’s the short version of how we got to today, where it’s dethroned Fall Guys as the biggest game on the Internet.

So, why is Among Us 2 being canceled? Well, according to developer Inner Sloth, it’s to further support the current game. As the developer notes, the allure of a sequel is that the codebase for the current game is a total mess, which makes supporting

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Despite improvements at PSU, COVID-19 spreading among higher-risk groups – News – The Topeka Capital-Journal

PITTSBURG — Although the COVID-19 situation at Pittsburg State University has improved following a recent outbreak as students returned to campus to start the semester, county officials now see troubling trends as the virus spreads among other demographics in the community, they said Friday.

Crawford County public health officer Dr. Tim Stebbins said there were 540 active novel coronavirus cases in isolation as of Friday morning, including 129 new cases identified this week.

“We’d previously been reporting that the active cases were composed primarily of the 18- to 25-year-old group, and that was actually up to 86% of the cases at the time,” Stebbins said.

While the 18- to 25-year-old age range is still the single largest age demographic, it is now down to 35% of active cases, Stebbins said. Children up to 10 years old now make up 8% of the total; 11- to 17-year-olds are 7%; 26- to

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