Among Us Geoff Keighley Mask Returns for Summer Game Fest 2021

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Among Us Geoff Keighley Mask Returns for Summer Game Fest 2021

June 8, 2021

By: Robert N. Adams

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June 15, 2018
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The Among Us Geoff Keighley mask made its debut late last year. Now, it's going to be returning once again in celebration of Summer Game Fest 2021 as a Twitch Drop that you can get for watching the show.

Among Us is a game where a team of 10 or so Crewmates attempt to complete a bunch of tasks towards a common goal while avoiding deadly Imposters; one of the more popular examples is preparing a spaceship by working on all of its systems. The game launched a new Airship map back in early April, causing its playercount to jump by 500%.

Longtime fans know that the game is no stranger to weird costumes for its players, but the Among Us Geoff Keighley mask takes the cake — it's literally just a paper mask with Geoff Keighley's face on it. The mask made its debut late last year for players who watched The Game Awards on Twitch, and now you have a second chance to wear Geoff Keighley's face in Among Us as one of the many pieces of content coming to the game in 2021 — but you're going to need a Twitch account to get it.

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How to get the Among us Geoff Keighley Mask

You can get the Among Us Geoff Keighley Mask simply by watching at least 15 minutes of the Summer Game Fest Kickoff Live on Thursday, June 10, 2021, starting at 2:00 PM Eastern according to a tweet from the man himself.

Naturally, you can watch the kickoff show on, but that won't be the only option; Twitch streamers can also sign up to enable Twitch Drops for the Among Us Geoff Keighley mask on their channel.

You will, of course, need a copy of the game to make the most of this wonderfully weird cosmetic; you can buy Among Us for PC, consoles, and mobile via its official website for $4.99 or your regional equivalent.

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I've had a controller in my hand since I was 4 and I haven't stopped gaming since. CCGs, Tabletop Games, Pen & Paper RPGs - I've tried a whole bunch of stuff over the years and I'm always looking to try more!

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