Best Among Us Settings Guide 🥇| 5 – 7 Players & 8 – 10 Players


Best among us settings

If you are wondering which are the best Among Us settings depending on the number of players, you came to the right place. Among Us provides you with a nice amount of settings you can tweak to your preference; here, I will show you my personal best settings to play with your friends.

How To Change Settings

When you are hosting the game, you can use the computer in the middle of the lobby to customize the settings if you choose the “Game” tag.

The settings that Among Us allows you to tweak are the following:

  • Map: Choose the map between “The Skeld”, “MIRA HQ”, and “Polus”.
  • Number of Impostors: Choose how many impostors you want to play with.
  • Confirm Ejects: If checked, you can see if an ejected player was an impostor or not.
  • Emergency Meetings: How many emergency meetings per player are allowed.
  • Emergency Cooldown: Choose how much time players have to wait to call an emergency meeting.
  • Discussion Time: Choose how much time you want the players to discuss who is the imposter before voting.
  • Voting Time: Choose how much time players have to vote after the discussion is over.
  • Player Speed: Choose the player movement speed.
  • Crewmate Vision: Choose crewmate's vision range.
  • Impostor Vision: Choose the impostor vision range.
  • Kill Cooldown: Choose how much time the impostor must wait before the first kill, and between kills.
  • Kill Distance: Defines how close the imposter needs to be to kill a crewmate.
  • Visual Tasks: Enables visual indications of certain tasks.
  • Common Tasks: Number of common tasks.
  • Long Tasks: Number of long tasks.
  • Short Tasks: Number of short tasks.

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Among Us Settings for 5 - 7 players

among us settings how to change them

When you are up to 7 players, I highly recommend playing with just one impostor. With only one impostor, a high number of tasks are required, so the game isn’t too short, and the crew spreads out more. This will give the impostor more opportunities, making it funnier, in my opinion.

  • Map: Your preference
  • Imposters: 1
  • Confirm Ejects: Off (indifferent)
  • Emergency Meetings: 1
  • Emergency Cooldown: 20s
  • Discussion Time: 15s
  • Voting Time: 90s
  • Player Speed: 1x
  • Crewmate Vision: 0.75x
  • Imposter Vision: 1.5x
  • Kill Cooldown: 25s
  • Kill distance: Short
  • Visual tasks: Off.
  • Common Tasks: 2
  • Long Tasks: 1
  • Short Tasks: 4

Among Us Settings for 8 - 10 players

When you are 8 or more players, a second impostor is required. As there are more players, you will need to increase the time you spend voting the suspect. The confirm eject setting will make the main difference when there are two impostors. This is because when there was only one, it didn’t matter if it said it or no. Now you can eject a crewmate thinking it was an imposter leading you to believe that there’s only one impostor left, but you may be actually against two.

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  • Map: Your preference
  • Imposters: 2
  • Confirm Ejects: Off
  • Emergency Meetings: 1
  • Emergency Cooldown: 20s
  • Discussion Time: 15s
  • Voting Time: 120s
  • Player Speed: 1x
  • Crewmate Vision: 0.75x
  • Imposter Vision: 1.5x
  • Kill Cooldown: 25s
  • Kill distance: Short
  • Visual tasks: Off
  • Common Tasks: 2
  • Long Tasks: 1
  • Short Tasks: 3
among us settings conclusion

These are my personal best Among Us settings to make the game more balanced. The main difference is the number of tasks you are going to choose. The number of tasks you decide will define how much time and opportunities the impostor gets and the strategies he/she uses. Feel free to vary this number of tasks, as if the players are new and unfamiliar with the tasks, it may take more time; as well as if the players are really good, they will know every task and do it as fast as they can.

Rodrigo Fragas

Rodrigo is a young man who loves the gaming industry alltogether. He enjoys playing cooperative games with friends and often finds himself suffering in CSGO!

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