New updates are added at the bottom of this story…….
The original story (published November 04, 2022) follows:
Among Us is a cross-platform survival game where you must prepare your spaceship with 4-15 players online to win.
It has always been very popular due to its various exciting gameplay options such as adding imposters or other customization features.
However, it is currently having issues loading, especially on Switch consoles.
Among Us crashes on Nintendo Switch
Why can’t we switch users after the last update???? Just said error and I checked for corrupted data. No one is found. What’s going on???
@AmongUsGame Hello, I have a big problem I can’t start between us on my Switch it says there is an error and it’s only on my user among us on another play account, WTH!! !
The game does not go past the splash screen and displays a message “The software has been closed because an error has occurred”.
It seems that the recent update (v2022.10.25) on Nintendo Switch has broken the proper functioning of the game.
Those affected tried restarting their consoles and reinstalling the game, but to no avail.
Luckily, the Among Us crashing issue on Nintendo Switch has been acknowledged by the developers.
There is no temporary workaround at this time, so affected players will have to wait indefinitely for the team to come up with a fix.
We’ll be keeping an eye out for the latest developments and updating this space accordingly.
Update 1 (November 14, 2022)
11:57 a.m. (IST): Among Us Technical Support has announced that the Nintendo Switch player crashing issue should be resolved after updating to v.2022.11.10.
Thanks for your patience, Nintendo Switch player crashing issues on startup should be fixed, please update to v.2022.11.10 for the fix! I will go and punch an impostor in the face to repent of this
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