Among Us may look like a game for kids, so if you're someone a little more wealthy and planning to at least match expectations, why not go for something a little more highbrow? First Class Trouble will likely suit those expensive tastes, coming to PlayStation 5 and PS4 in the future. It's obviously heavily inspired by InnerSloth's breakout hit, but there's a bit of pomp and circumstance to proceedings here as six well-dressed individuals find themselves onboard a spaceship. The structure of the game is still much the same, however.

A luxury space cruiser is facing an AI uprising from a rogue machine named C.A.I.N., and four players must put a stop to it while a further two attempt to thwart their plans. Of course, nobody can be quite sure who is on which team as the two Personoids try and blend in with the crowd. You'll need to complete various tasks before successfully shutting down the rogue AI while the opposing team comes up with ways to sneakily take out every opposing player. "Environmental hazards such as fire, bad wiring, and precarious chandeliers can all be used to your advantage in a pinch."

Proximity chat will be enabled in the game, meaning you'll be able to hear the chatter of other players as you come into contact with them. They could give the game away by revealing their true intentions while they think they're safe, or try and stick to a convincing lie and fool the enemy. In-game text chat and an emote wheel will also be available for expression.

Over on the PlayStation Blog, community team lead Dave Hulegaard explained how First Class Trouble will take advantage of the PS5 DualSense controller. "Thanks to the PS5 controller’s haptic feedback, you’ll be able to feel and experience the chaos in the palm of your hands. Squeeze the trigger to spray a fire extinguisher, and the controller rumbles and emits audio that corresponds with it. Or how about the water pistol? Feel the resistance as you pull the trigger, which stops once you squeeze past the trigger point. Throwing bottles in First Class Trouble is a real crowd pleaser! When bottles smash near you, the controller will emit audio and corresponding haptics."