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Are you coming to Nintendo Switch among us?

Will we be on the Nintendo Switch in the future?

Among us, the game world has been dominated in the last few weeks. Two years after its first release, the game was picked up by popular streamers and content creators, and its popularity soared. The game supports cross-play, but is currently only available on PC and mobile devices. People are wondering as more and more people want to play party scam games, will we come to Nintendo Switch among us?

Are you coming to Nintendo Switch among us?

As far as we know, neither Nintendo nor developer Inners Ross are talking about plans to bring popular party games to Switch. But there is hope. With a sudden rise in interest Inners Ross Work hard Bring new content to your game For the players to enjoy. Extending the game to more platforms is very likely to be part of these plans.

On top of that, in addition to the fact that Nintendo Switch has become a hub for indie titles, it seems easy for both parties to want Among Us on Switch. The only factor that can throw a wrench here is Nintendo’s rigorous approach to online games. The company has become famous for being overly cautious about how players interact on the platform. Things can be a bit tricky because we rely heavily on player communication and interaction.

With the immense popularity and success currently seen among us on Steam and the mobile app store, you’ll find other platforms eager to add party games to their catalogs. We only know the time, but at this time we have no plans to bring Among Us to the Nintendo Switch.

If you’re jumping into Among Us for the first time and advice is available, Guide hub between us For some helpful walkthroughs and tips.

Donovan is a young journalist from Maryland who loves games. The memory of his oldest game is playing Pajama Sam on his mother’s desktop over the weekend. Pokemon Emerald, Halo 2, and the original Star Wars Battlefront 2 were some of the most influential titles in awakening his love for video games. After an internship at Shacknews throughout the university, Donovan graduated from Bowie State University in 2020, majoring in broadcast journalism and joining the team full-time. He’s a giant Star Wars geek, a movie enthusiast, and talks to you about movies and games all day long. You can follow him on Twitter @Donimals_

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