KEY POINTS

  • A YouTuber tried to bring "Among Us" and "Super Smash Bros. Ultimate" together using a mod
  • Yutaka has expanded the Impostor’s movesets to fit perfectly with "Super Smash Bros. Ultimate"
  • The Impostor even has a stun attack in the form of exposed wires

InnerSloth’s “Among Us” is so popular and enjoyable that fans can’t stop but look for more ways to enjoy it. While some have created custom game modes and mods, one particular modder took it further and tried to create a mod porting the Impostor to another ultra-popular game: “Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.”

Nintendo’s “Super Smash Bros. Ultimate” is a very popular brawler game among fans of different ages. The franchise has welcomed various characters from other franchises, such as Snake from “Metal Gear Solid,” Cloud Strife and Sephiroth from “Final Fantasy VII” lore and even the blocky guy named Steve from “Minecraft.”

Considering how “Super Smash Bros. Ultimate” became the perfect melting pot for all of these characters from different, totally unrelated franchises, one modder/YouTuber who goes by the name Yutaka tried to bring one very unique character from “Among Us” into the brawler. The result, as per the YouTuber’s video? Simple: “Impostor joins the battle!”

Hunting other brawlers

The Impostors of “Among Us” are known for their notorious ways to eliminate Crewmates. They can quickly travel through maps using vents, cause distractions using the Sabotage ability and kill Crewmates with one hit once the cooldown is finished.

Among Us Among Us Photo: InnerSloth

Of course, these cute-looking but realistically scary characters are very dreadful in “Among Us.” In “Super Smash Bros., Ultimate,” however, they’re mostly cute and fun to play. They even make the same footstep sounds they have in “Among Us.”

Yutaka has expanded the Impostor’s movesets to fit perfectly with “Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.” The Impostor can throw punches and uppercuts, stab enemies with a knife, slam a fuel tank on the ground for area-of-effect damage, use its extendable pointed tongue to inflict damage and so on. The Impostor can even do somersault kicks in mid-air or slap enemies from behind while still in mid-air.

Interestingly, the Impostor even has a stun attack in the form of exposed wires. These can electrocute an enemy, setting them up for a barrage of other attacks including everything mentioned above.

While all of this might sound interesting and provide a good “case” for bringing the stubby little character to the brawler, as per Screenrant, it is unlikely that Nintendo will bring the Impostor into “Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.