Rumay ‘Hafu’ Wang is the most recent in a line of Among Us streamers taking a gander at quitting the mainstream party game subsequent to becoming exhausted. It comes after Jeremy ‘DisguisedToast’ Wang additionally guaranteed he was taking a break and features a disturbing pattern.
Among Us took Twitch and the gaming community by storm across 2020. The gathering game, created in 2018, blast from 50 normal players daily to more than 5 million.
Notwithstanding, as the four-man improvement group attempts to siphon out content for the game, including the new Airship map, streamers are gradually moving ceaselessly.
First, it was Jeremy ‘DisguisedToast’ Wang choosing to enjoy a reprieve. Ostensibly the greatest Among Us content maker, Toast’s profession was reignited by the game, catapulting him into fame after his Hearthstone and Teamfight Tactics days.
Presently, Rumay ‘Hafu’ Wang is going along with him. Hafu asserted she just has around “a month” of Among Us content left before the game turns out to be excessively flat for her.
“I feel very similar [to Toast],” she said on a recent stream.
“Right now I’m having fun because I haven’t played with the new mods, but I don’t have the same kind of passion that I had for Among Us.”
The new substance simply doesn’t scratch the tingle any longer. With the game for all intents and purposes tackled for her, playing the gathering game simply doesn’t bring a similar degree of satisfaction contrasted with almost a year prior when the fever got on.
“The reason why games get boring for me is because they stop mentally challenging me. Instead of learning new ways to think and new mechanics, it’s a knowledge grind, over and over again,” she said.
“New maps don’t solve that. New mods solve that in Among Us — but as soon as our group learns it, it’ll be done.”
Hafu is quitting Among Us – running out of content
The inevitable takeoff of two of Among Us’ greatest substance makers is important for a more extensive pattern that has seen the game fall in fame in 2021.
Since Among Us’ top on Twitch back in September 2020 with almost 300,000 normal watchers at any one time, numbers have come around more than 90% to only 20,000. It’s spiked once in a while, yet there’s an unmistakable and fast decay.
This is likewise found in the game’s Steam diagrams. In the wake of cresting at 176,000 normal simultaneous parts in October 2020 and a pinnacle of 438,524 in September, Among Us battles to pull in 20,000 normal simultaneous players consistently.
While Among Us may see a resurgence later on —like GTA RP has done on various occasions, most as of late in March 2021 —it very well may be without the stars that pushed the game into the awareness of millions.