‘Fortnite’ and ‘Among Us’ crossing over following Imposter mode drama

The crossover follows 'Fortnite''s controversial Imposter mode that was almost identical to 'Among Us'

Among Us and Fortnite are now officially crossing over as merch for the Innsersloth game comes to the battle royale.

Players that buy Among Us or a Stars pack in the game in the Epic Games launcher will get access to the Crewmate Back Bling and Distraction Dance Emote in Fortnite.

The items are available starting right now, until June 9, 2023.

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Here’s exactly what the bundle includes, according to InnerSloth:

  • Crewmate Back Bling. This comes with ten Styles based on Crewmate colors from Among Us: Red, Blue, Green, Pink, Orange, Black, White, Yellow, Brown, and Purple. Assemble your squad and create a crew!
  • Distraction Dance Emote. From our game The Henry Stickmin Collection, dance your way out of any situation!

An Epic Games account is needed to access the cosmetics, with them only available via the Epic Games Store. That said, the cosmetics themselves will be accessible across all devices and consoles for a linked Fortnite account once unlocked.

According to Epic, the cosmetics will also be available via the Fortnite item shop “at a later date,” although that remains unspecified as of publication.

Fortnite. Credit: Epic Games.

This crossover comes at a strange time, as late last year the developers behind Among Us expressed their disappointment that Fortnite added a mode called “Imposters” that was very similar to Among Us.

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Whilst not referencing Epic Games at the time, Innersloth community director Victoria Tran said: “It would’ve been really, really cool to collab.”

“Game mechanics fine, those shouldn’t be gatekept,” she added. Then expressing her disappointment that Epic Games didn’t go for “different themes or terminology”.

In other news, the Russian author of Metro 2033 has been put on the country’s wanted list after condemning its invasion of Ukraine that began this February. “[I am] accused of discrediting the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation for a post on Instagram,” wrote author Dmitry Glukhovsky.

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