Among Us Launches On Epic Games Store With Limited-Time Discount
Among Us continues to take the world by storm, with the Innersloth’s game’s most recent influences spreading to none other than Fortnite. As such, it comes to no surprise that Among Us has now made its way over to the Epic Games Store, with the platform offering a limited-time discount on the game through the new year.
Epic Games took to its official Twitter account to broadcast the news while also laying some weighty suspicions on @InnerslothDevs. Given the nature of the game, that only makes sense. Normally priced at $4.99 (or $5 for the Nintendo Switch version), the current Epic Games Store discount has the game available for $3.99, about 20% off. This sale runs now through January 7th, 2021, so those looking to save an extra buck have the next 3 or so weeks to do so.
Greetings, Fellow Crewmates!
Among Us is now available on the Epic Games Store. Also, we’re pretty sure we just saw @InnerslothDevs vent.
— Epic Games Store (@EpicGames) December 18, 2020
Haven’t tested out Among Us for yourself? Here’s what you’re missing:
- Life as a Crewmate: Complete all your tasks on the ship to win, but watch out for Impostors! Report dead bodies and call emergency meetings to vote the Impostors out. Hope you chose correctly!
- Play as an Impostor: Cause chaos, sneak around, and frame innocent bystanders! Winning involves killing off every Crewmate – think you’re a master of sabotage?
- Customization: Choose how you want to play! Add more impostors, tasks, decrease visibility and more. All in style as you get to choose your favorite color, outfit, and hat.
- Cross-platform: play with your friends between PC, Android, and iOS!
Among Us is now available for PC, Android, and iOS.
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