In Among Us if you are an Impostor, your main goal is to convince others that you did not do it, while the Crew has to spot you out. Since it is a voting system where the person with the most votes gets eliminated from the game, it does not really matter who does what. Instead, your argumentative powers are what makes a difference. To sway people in one direction or another, you have to be prepared to make your case as convincingly as possible. There is a short time-limit, so you either have to present very strong evidence or come up with a believable narrative that will take others off your trail.
Among Us takes place on a space ship in outer space. There are two teams: the Impostors and the Crewmates. There can be a total of 10 players in an online game, with up to three impostors. The Impostors’ objective is to eliminate all crew-mates using either aggressive, defensive, or passive tactics before the crew-mates complete all of their tasks or discover their true identity. The crew-mates’ objective is to complete all of their tasks while figuring out who the Impostor is.
- OS: Windows 7 SP1+
- Processor: SSE2 instruction set support
- Memory: 1 GB RAM
- DirectX: Version 10
- Storage: 250 MB available space