Soon after Among Us bagged The Best Multiplayer Game Award at The Game Awards 2020, Epic Games surprised the Fortnite community with the “Spy Within” LTM. Along with the meta, it seems that the LTM has also replicated the success of Among Us.
Content creators around the world were quick to try out the mode, and some of the most recent names to do so include Pokimane, Ninja, Nickmercs, TimTheTatman, and Symfuhny. In a recent live stream, these creators teamed up with popular vlogger David Dobrik and American stand-up comedian Sarah Silverman for some exciting games of Among Us in Fortnite.
Here’s a compilation of the funniest highlights from the stream, uploaded on Pokimane’s YouTube channel:
All the creators played with Houseparty, and their reactions to every unusual activity certainly increased the entertainment. Surprisingly, Nickmercs and David Dobrik hadn’t played Among Us, and others had to guide them even with the basic rules.
“Okay guys, I’ve never played Among Us. Do I just go to the orange things and do them?” asked Nickmercs in the most innocent way possible.
In another instance, the clouds of suspicion wandered over David Dobrick, but Pokimane had an interesting argument to save him.
“No, no don’t vote David. He’s the content, don’t kick him out,” said Pokimane laughingly.
With over 18 million subscribers, David is one of the biggest creators on YouTube. He has been inactive on the platform since April 2020, and fans around the world have been eagerly waiting for his comeback.
To say the least, 2020 has been a roller coaster ride for Fortnite. At the beginning of Chapter 2, a lot of creators and casual players quit playing the game, and many believed this to be the end of the battle royale game.
However, Fortnite soon regained its momentum with a plethora of huge collaborations. From a Travis Scott concert in Party Royale to the aforementioned Houseparty collaboration, Epic Games left no stone unturned to make Fortnite better than ever.
Now, the developers plan to introduce new genres of gaming within Fortnite through its Creative mode. With an approach similar to Roblox and Minecraft, it is safe to assume that Fortnite has caught a stronger second wind.