Nintendo hosted an Indie World Showcase on December 15, highlighting upcoming Switch games made by independent developers. It showed off notable titles like Super Meat Boy Forever and both of the Spelunky games. Perhaps most significantly, the Showcase revealed that Among Us would become available on Nintendo Switch shortly after the presentation.

Among Us was the final reveal of the Indie World Showcase. The game’s iconic Emergency Meeting buzzer interrupted the narrator, leading into a reveal trailer. Excitingly, the trailer concluded by confirming a same-day launch for Among Us on Nintendo Switch.

Fans can purchase Among Us on the Nintendo Switch right now for $5. A Nintendo Switch Online membership is required to play the game. Notably, the Switch is the first major console that now carries Among Us. Of course, the Nintendo Switch version of the game supports cross-platform play with the PC and mobile versions.

More about Among Us on Nintendo Switch

Among Us is a social deduction game inspired by the party game Mafia that was developed by Innersloth. Though it first launched in 2018, it rose to popularity during the summer of 2020. Since then, it has remained an extremely popular game, especially among Twitch streamers. Its debut on the Nintendo Switch is just another step further into the mainstream for Among Us.

Here are all the games from the Indie World Showcase and when they are expected to release:

  • Spelunky and Spelunky 2 (Summer 2021)
  • Fisti-Fluffs (early 2021)
  • Very Very Valet (early 2021)
  • Tunche (March 2021)
  • Cyber Shadow (January 26, 2021)
  • Calico (today)
  • Alba: A Wildlife Adventure (Spring 2021)
  • Gnosia (early 2021)
  • Happy Game (Spring 2021)
  • Super Meat Boy Forever (December 23, 2020)
  • Grindstone (today)
  • When the Past was Around (today)
  • Kosmokrats (March 2021)
  • Hoa (April 2021)
  • Hazel Sky (March 2021)
  • Trash Sailors (Spring 2021)
  • Finding Paradise (Spring 2021)
  • Among Us (today)
Dylan Tate
Dylan Tate is a student in the Hussman School of Journalism and Media at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is a gaming journalist with a love for Nintendo esports, including Super Smash Bros., Splatoon, ARMS, and Pokémon.