Among Us No Visor Mod

Among Us No Visor mod is a new mod in the game that brings to life a creepypasta and lets you play as a ghost that’s haunting the crew. It completely changes the match dynamics, since the ghost is extremely powerful. The mod sounds like a lot of fun, but therein lies the problem. People can’t seem to figure out how to play the No Visor mod. Turns out, there technically is a way, however unlikely, as we’ll show you in this guide.

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among us no visor mod
Among Us No Visor Mod

How to Play No Visor Mod in Among Us?

The only way to play the Among Us No Visor mod is to luck out and join a public server that has a version of it installed. As far as we can tell, there are now such mods that are available for everyone to download and install. It seems to me that it’s just a few people that have some sort of homebrew version of No Visor, since there’s none to be found out there in the wild. Hopefully, considering the rising popularity of the mod, somebody with the know-how will put out a version that we can all play. Until then, you just gotta roll the dice and see what happens.

If you have no idea what the whole No Visor thing is about, allow me to bring you up to speed real quick. The mod brings to life an Among Us creepypasta about a ghost that haunts the Skeld (aka the spaceship). You know, because the regular version is not horrifying enough. In the Among Us No Visor mod, the ghost player has some extra powers, including Jumpscare, Rush, Duplicate, and Vanish.

As you might have figured out, the person that’s the ghost seems to be way more powerful then a regular impostor. It essentially turns the game into a true survival horror. It certainly sounds interesting, but I sure wouldn’t know, because there’s no public mod. I guess we’ll have to wait and see what happens.

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