Among Us Coming To Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One in 2021, Out on Game Pass for PC Today

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December 18, 2020 8:51 pm

No one predicted Among Us to be one of the best games of 2020. Not only has it garnered the attention of thousands of players, but has also established itself as one of the best multiplayer games. Now, Innersloth has announced that Among Us is coming to Xbox Game Pass for Console as well.

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Among Us will soon be available on Xbox Game Pass for consoles in 2021. The Xbox Wire Blog post, which announced the game’s arrival on Game Pass for PC, is now updated with new information. This is great news for Xbox console users who cannot yet play the game.

Among Us will be available for Xbox Game Pass for Consoles in 2021

The game’s official Twitter account also made this announcement as they celebrated their launch on Game Pass for PC.

This is indeed great news for Xbox users. However, the game is still not announced for the PS5 or PS4. There is a possibility that it could be an Xbox exclusive, or even a timed-exclusive, as it is launching on Xbox via the Game Pass.

However, there is no guarantee if this will happen and things could be different as well. Consequently, PlayStation may even announce the game’s arrival in the coming days.

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Among Us’ success is definitely astounding, but the game thoroughly deserves it. Fall Guys enjoyed its spell at the top as a game which may be from a small studio but was incredibly fun. Subsequently, as Among Us started getting attention, it replaced Fall Guys as the ‘little guy’ making it to the big leagues. Clearly, the game does have a lot of potential, and Innersloth could introduce more game modes in the future.

Innersloth had announced that a sequel to the game was no longer happening. However, the sequel may still be on cards in the second half of 2021, which will possibly drive even more growth and engagement for Innersloth. Clearly, the time for small studios to shine has come and they’re taking over, one game at a time.

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