Imposters Are Coming To What The Golf? With New Among Us Crossover

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Triband has announced a collaboration with Innersloth to bring a brand-new Among Us crossover to What the Golf?

The Among Golf content update is available to play now on mobile via the Apple Arcade, with a PC and Nintendo Switch release to come at a later date. The crossover will feature 35 “fully unhinged” Among-Us-inspired levels set on a space station, complete with the Imposters and Crewmates in the style of the 2019 indie game.

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A new trailer showcases a variety of space levels, filled with familiar mechanics from Among Us, such as the venting system. The clip shows Crewmembers sabotaging the player by blocking and altering the course of the golf ball.

Betrayal, vending machines, space rockets, UFOs, vents, cats, and other vaguely related items will be featured too. It looks like Among Golf will also include a way for the player to eject Crewmembers into space if they like, similar to the Among Us voting system.

“Do you know that feeling when you love a game so much that you start making levels in your own game about it?” said Tim Garbos, creative director at Triband. “That’s normal, right? It’s a cool and normal thing to do. Right? Anyway, we’re so grateful to Innersloth for being too uncomfortable to say no after we said please several times. Love those guys! So sweet. We hope players will enjoy the new Among Us-inspired What the Golf? levels that are still not really about golf!”

Among Us developer Innersloth has previously collaborated with several game studios, more recently with Bungie, to coincide with the launch of the Destiny 2 Lightfall expansion. The crossover featured Destiny 2-themed cosmetics, which also launched alongside a brand-new update.

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