And the fact that there's no mechanic to punish players who rage-quit when they don't get to play as impostor, or are caught dead to rights in the middle of a murder; those can lead entire rounds to premature, unsatisfying endings.
Though the game is determined safe for children aged 9 and above, parental guidance is still recommended when playing Among Us, particularly since the matches often require chatting between the players, and these interactions are not rated and can include unsafe or obscene language.
So come on, you will be the best and no truth will leave unturned under your nose! At least one of them will randomly be chosen as imposters.
There are two roles that can be assigned to each player: Crewmate and Impostor.
Throughout all the Among Us matches, players will need to meet and chat with each other to determine who the impostor is.
You can choose to play with your friends and family member or against players randomly from all over the world.