Among Us is a brand new twist on a popular game mode that is now more accessible than ever before. The game is an indie hit currently taking the internet by storm; it’s available for free on the Google Play Store and only $2.99 on Steam.

Whichever version of the game you own, we will tell you how to crossplay Among Us on mobile with other platforms, including iOS, Android, and PC.

How to crossplay Among Us on mobile with other platforms

The genius of Among Us is in its simplicity. Games are quick to set up and fun to play. All you need to do is work out how you will communicate with your participating friends.

Stuff to do before you and your friends join:

First, you will have to fill out your name at the top center of the game;  tap or click on the place where the Orange arrow is pointing.

Second, make sure you and your friends are all in the same region in the game. You can do it by tapping or clicking in the area shown by the yellow arrow.

The game currently has North America, Europe, and Asia.

These steps apply to any version of the game, but you have to make sure you and your friends are all on the latest version of the game.

To start, boot up the game and choose Online.

Next, Choose Host, followed by Create Game below it.

Now customize your match settings to your preference, choosing the map, No. of Impostors, the language of the chat, and the max players in your lobby.

Once you have configured your game, press Confirm.

Now you have to share the code at the bottom center of your screen with your friends.

Your friends will navigate to Online, Private, and choose Enter Code followed by the 4 letter code on the host screen.

Once they have entered the code, have them click or tap on the arrow next to the code.

A common problem faced here is people forgetting to put their names in. Make sure the name of the player is filled in at the top center.

With that, your friends will be able to join the code.

Once you have your desired number of players, you (the host) can tap on Start to start your game at the bottom right of the screen.

How to host a game locally

First, make sure that you and your friends are all on the same Wi-Fi network.

If you’re looking to host a game locally, all you have to do is go to Local.

From here, just tap on Create Game.

Your friends will now have to see the game when it pops up as an available game on the previous menu.

To customize your game in Local, you will have to navigate to the laptop, tap on Customize.

Tap on the Game tab at the very end.

With that, you are now set to play the game locally or with your friends in the same room.

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