No set time release was given other than “later today” but it is pretty nifty to see Among Us make the jump to the Nintendo Switch platform. While originally the team over at InnerSloth were planning on a sequel, the rapid onslaught of success had the small crew rethinking that plan, instead making the decision to make the original title more fruitful for players to dive into.
With new maps, new costumes, and new tasks, the journey is just starting to heat up for what’s next. Who knows? Maybe if the Switch port is successful enough (which we can’t imagine it won’t be, the Switch is the perfect
When fans aren’t doing crossovers with these astronaut jelly beans, they are busy wondering what’s next for the game. Since we ourselves missed out on this adventure back in 2018, we decided to celebrate the newly found spotlight by reviewing the game ourselves.
You can check out our full review here, with a small blurb below:
Developed by InnerSloth, the foundation of Among Us is simple: a social deduction game where a player is either a crewmate or the lone imposter. The imposter must pretend to do the assigned daily tasks in the game while stealthily killing off each crewmate one by one. If a body is discovered, a crewmate can call an Emergency Meeting to have a group chat trying to figure out who the imposter truly is.
Diving into Among Us, I see the charm despite its simplicity, and I can’t help but to love the way this game makes me look at everyone as if they are super sus. Among Us is what it is, and unapologetically so. This year may be bad, but having fun experiences definitely isn’t; Among Us provides a much-needed reprieve from reality without taking itself too seriously.
What do you think about how Among Us has grown over the past several months? Have you joined in on the hype? Sound off about those murderous jelly beans in the comment section below!