Now we can use “Among Us” on Nintendo Switch. Multiplayer games will have cross-platform gameplay on Switch, allowing mobile, PC and Switch users to play games together. Among us, it can be purchased through Nintendo’s online store for $5 (approximately 400 rupees). The 2018 game produced by InnerSloth has become more and more popular this year, and won the best multiplayer game and best mobile game awards in this year’s Game Awards.

Like other platforms, players using Nintendo Switch will be able to play online as well as through local multiplayer games. Nintendo Switch’s latest Direct Indie World Showcase announced the availability of the game on Nintendo Switch.It also passes Between us with Nintendo America On Twitter.

“Among Us” on Nintendo Switch supports Japanese, Korean and English. The size of the game is 421MB, and it supports TV mode, tablet mode and handheld mode. The maximum number of players in the game is limited to 10.

The multiplayer game produced by InnerSloth won two awards at the Game Awards last week-Best Multiplayer Game and Best Mobile Game.

Those of us will also get a new map in early 2021, called an airship. The map to be released is larger and provides multiple floors, facilities and tasks. It allows you to decide which room you want to start in, have props like ladders and more updates.

Due to a variety of factors, the game has become more and more popular in the pandemic, including popular content creators streaming the game live on platforms such as YouTube and Twitch. Among us, there were less than 1,000 downloads in August 2018 when it was first released. In August 2020, the number of installs for the game was 18,000 times that number.

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