Best Among Us Bundle 🥇| Which Bundle Should You Play With?


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The best Among Us bundle for you might not be the best bundle for everyone. It all depends on what you want to get out of them and what you're into. In this guide, we're going to discuss the contents of each bundle and walk you through which one is best for you.

Hamster Pet Bundle

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Best for: Animal Lovers
Price: $2.99 / £2.09

The Hamster Pet Bundle is probably the cutest Among Us bundle on the market. It gives you a little pet hamster who rolls around in their hamster ball. If you're worried about the logic of this pet, don't be. Hamster balls are a very real thing that owners use to exercise their hamsters. I know because mine used to run around, crashing into the walls in one.

However, there's more to this bundle than just the hamster. It also comes with a one-eyed puppy. I don't know who this pet is aimed at, but someone out there will definitely love it.

Bedcrab Pet Bundle

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Best for: Cthulhu worshipers
Price: $2.99 / £2.09

This package is not for the faint of heart. While the Hamster Pet Bundle packs in two fairly cute animals, this one is at the opposite end of the spectrum. Here you get a Bedcrab. It's a tiny little creature that sort of resembles a Headcrab from the Half-Life game franchise. I've always found those creatures cute, at least since the intro of Half-Life 2, but I know lots of people are going to disagree with me on that one.

The second pet you get with this a package is a Squiq. This creature is the unholy monster from your nightmares, though it is also kind of cute in its own unique way. It makes me think of Chtulhu because of its tentacles, on which it slithers along behind you. It has a fuzzy head, which is nice though.

Polus Skins

Best for: Those who enjoy the cold
Price: $1.39 / £1.69

The Polus Skins set is probably my favorite DLC for Among Us. It's a set of three skins that are inspired by the Polus Outpost map.

There's an archaeologist skin, perfect for those who are keen to dig up an alien life form. The best part of this particular skin is the icicles coming down from the brim of the hat.

The second skin is a Winter Gear set. This simply makes your Crewmate look like they were sensible, bringing along some warm clothes for what is known to be a very chilly part of space.

Finally, there's the Mining Outfit. This one really is straight out of North Yorkshire in England in the 80s. It makes your Crewmate look like they're ready to spend an entire day looking for coal and doing back-breaking labor.

Brainslug Pet Bundle

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Best for: People without brains
Price: $2.99 / £2.09

I don't think I need to explain to you that this Brainslug will suck out the grey matter from inside your skull, do? Well, consider yourself warned. With this DLC, you get two brand new pets, the first of which is the oddly endearing Brainslug. This little guy will follow you around and stare up at you with adoration, or hunger, the entire time.

The second pet you get is a tiny UFO. It too will follow you around. To be honest with you I think I prefer this one. It makes it look like you have a robot hoover following you around, sucking up any dirt it comes across. Great for roleplaying a neat freak.

Mini Crewmate Bundle

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Best for: Parents
Price: $2.99 / £2.09

This is my favorite DLC for the entire game. It gives you two pets, as do all the others, the first of which is literally a mini version of your Crewmate. Whatever color you end up being, your Mini Crewmate will be the same. The best part of this pet is being killed (hear me out). When you die, your Mini Crewmate will remain in place. It's the best way to make Imposters feel bad about killing you because it looks like they've just orphaned a child.

The second pet in this DLC is a tiny robot. It's nothing special, though it does look a little like Wall-E. Unfortunately, there's no trash to pick up and build into huge towers, so all you'll end up doing is running around with a fairly useless mechanical companion.

Conclusion

As you can no doubt tell from reading this article, the best bundle is entirely dependent on you. If you love the idea of having a mini version of your Crewmate running around, then there's a pack for that. If, however, you'd rather have a UFO that looks like a robot hoover, or a one-eyed dog, then there are separate packs for those too.

As I've already mentioned, my favorite pack is the Polus Skins. I just love the customization options that it brings to the game. It opens up the possibility to create even more unique outfits, ones that a number of players won't be able to replicate.

Of course, the best part of all of these pieces of DLC is that they support the developer, InnerSloth. Among Us costs a measly £3.99, but for the level of enjoyment you'll get out of it, it might as well be free. All of these DLC's together still cost less than a brand new game if it released today. I'd say that if you want any of them, you should buy them. The developers can't be making much money from the game right now, even if it is incredibly popular. Your purchase will go on to fund further development, including more game modes, maps, and even more cosmetics.

Jamie Sharp

Jamie has been playing games for as long as he can remember. His favourite console will always be that first Gameboy, but he openly embraces any and all consoles. He is a bit of a PlayStation fanboy though.

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