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How to have an invisible or blank name in Among Us?

Among Us, developed by Innersloth, has become one of the most popular multiplayer games over the past year. Released in 2018, Among Us hit the top of the free games charts on Android and iOS in Q3 2020 and became the 11th most popular game title by player count on Steam. Needless to say, the unique mystery-murder style game also became a popular game amongst streamers on both Youtube and Twitch.

With the rise in popularity, the game developers also introduced new features and maps to the game. Some of the new features announced include the more player colours, friends and account system, and a voice chat feature. You can also pay to get some skins or pets in the game and also customise the experience further by changing your name.

While these features are available for everyone to enjoy, if you want to stand out from the crowd, there’s also another fun Among Us trick that will surely get the mickey out of your friends. You can set a blank or invisible name in Among Us; all you need to do is follow our guide below.

Also read: How to change your name in Among Us?

Getting an invisible or blank name in Among Us

As is true with any text, all you need is the correct font Unicode character, and here we’ve just that for you. Copy and paste the font below, and your name will be blank in Among Us.

You can either search for Hangul Filler Halfwidth font (Unicode: U +3164) or Hangul Filler (Unicode: U +1160) on Google or any other search engine of your choice and copy the blank text between the “quotes”.

Alternatively, you can also find the blank name character through Compart or UnicodeFlopp.

Then paste the copied font into the name bar on the homepage of the game.

You’ll see that your name is now invisible when you enter a game in Among Us.

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