Among Us VR Hits Major Milestone: One Million Copies Sold

Schell Games announced Among Us VR reached a major milestone, selling 1 million copies since launch.

First released last November, Schell confirmed that Among Us VR achieved these sales less than 10 weeks after launch. Detailing some community statistics through a blog post, it also confirmed that the game has been played “more than 4 million times”, averaging 44,000 matches per day with players. Claiming that “more than 89,100,000 minutes have been dedicated to missions, sabotage and betrayal”, crew members from over 122 different countries have participated.

It is clear that Schell also has big plans for the future. Alongside last month’s big update, which fixed several bugs and connectivity issues, Schell recently revealed his Among Us VR 2023 roadmap. While in-game reporting tools, voice chat moderation and custom lobby settings “coming soon,” additional post-launch updates include a brand new map, co-ops, improved accessibility, and more.

We enjoyed Schell’s adaptation in ours Among Us VR review, which we thought successfully captured the spirit of Innersloth’s original social deduction game. While we thought there was still a lot to add from Among Us, we concluded that its VR counterpart would satisfy fans of the original.

Among Us VR successfully completes its task of adapting the game so many have come to know with excellent sound, lighting and interaction design. Crew missions are just the right mix of death-pressure challenge with next-level strategy and planning required to destroy a crew and survive their interrogation as an impostor.

Among Us VR is available now on Meta Quest platform and PC VR via Steam and Rift for $9.99. Cross-play is supported across all VR platforms, while an upcoming PSVR 2 release is also planned.


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