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A Fortnite Leak Reveals Among Us Crossover



Fortnite may be getting a crossover with the party game, Among Us, which is long overdue. The reliable Fortnite leaker (HYPEX) shared information via Twitter about the possible collaboration. The leaker posted, “There’s currently a thing in the files called “Mole” (Imposter) and it has these keywords related to it: 

  • Electrical
  • Cafeteria
  • Tasks
  • Sabotage
  • Factory
  • Repair
  • Lab
  • Visitor CSI
  • Weapons Lab
  •  Island Monitoring
  • Security
  • The Loop
Among Us Roadmap Trailer | Summer Game Fest 2021

Among Us (which started as a local-multiplayer-only game) was inspired by the live party game, Mafia and (science fiction/horror film, The Thing). Now, it may not be too difficult to see the resemblance. Ever since the 2018 release of Among Us, on IOS and Android, one could say the popularity took off, but Bromander blamed the poor release on Innersloth being “really bad at marketing.” In 2020, that was when Among Us grew well-deserved popularity. Then, in March 2021, the became a crossover with Fall Guys. 

Goose Goose Duck was recently being compared to Among Us. In Goose Goose Duck, you and your crew on the SS Mother Ship have the duty to keep the ship in tip-top shape. You will have to keep an eye out for malicious Mallards, ready to attack you and your team. Since we know that Among Us 2 was canceled, there is no telling how things would have played out, if it released. For the time being, the original Among Us is still being improved, because many housebound fans are still amused. We love atheist game so much that after years of its release, the characters became simple drawing references. Online, Among Us is played with 4-15 players (as you attempt to protect your spaceship and return back to civilization). 

What We Can Expect: 

With the two popular games, Fortnite and Among Us collaborating, you can expect us to fill you in on any additional details about it. Some of the reasons that Among Us became a sudden phenomenon are that it is nearly free, compatible on many platforms, easy to play, and is actually fun to play. 

Isaiah Joshua is an author and poet and has a love for video games. In May 2016, he graduated from Columbia College Chicago with a Bachelor's Degree in Cinema Arts and Science. As an avid gamer, some of his favorite games are "WWF No Mercy, Hitman, Manhunt, Sims 3, Mortal Kombat, and Street Fighter. Conscious in gaming culture, he is always researching gaming history, as well as the latest games to write about.