Eyes up, crewmate
The official Among Us Twitter page has shared a cryptic teaser about an upcoming collaboration, and eagle-eyed fans of a particular space shooter have gathered that it could be referring to Bungie’s Destiny 2.
A message reading, “HMMM found an incoming message about some Impostors that might be hiding among a certain fireteam very soon…” was posted to the game’s Twitter account on February 21, but had no further information included. Various silhouettes were also featured in an image that accompanied the tweet and the phrase “Eyes up, crewmate.” Destiny 2‘s Commander Zavala has the catchphrase, “Eyes up, Guardian,” which fans have taken to mean the teaser definitely refers to Destiny. Add to that the original tweet’s choice of “fireteam” language, which is the term used to describe player groups of up to six in Destiny 2, and it’s almost certain that fans will see an announcement of a collaboration between the two space-themed games very soon.
HMMM found an incoming message about some Impostors that might be hiding among a certain fireteam very soon… 🤔 pic.twitter.com/yWMiwJP46P
— Among Us (@AmongUsGame) February 21, 2023
Bungie is set to release the Lightfall expansion for Destiny 2 on February 28, and there’s speculation that this new Among Us collaboration could coincide with that launch date, although this is unconfirmed at the time of writing.
That’s … only slightly sus
A collaboration with Destiny 2 certainly wouldn’t be the first time Among Us has received crossover content. It’s previously been paired with the likes of Fall Guys and Fortnite where players could select special Crewmate skins and cosmetics in-game. It’s therefore not entirely untoward to expect that players could soon be customizing their Crewmates with reimagined Destiny 2 armor. As developer Innersloth has revealed that it plans on releasing new maps in 2023, alongside the recently released Hide and Seek mode, it could also delve further into the crossover and bring some of Destiny 2‘s Crucible maps to Among Us.
Among Us is available now for mobile, Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S. Destiny 2 is available now for PC, Xbox, and PlayStation.
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