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Among Us Polus Map Has Been Perfectly Recreated in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Kobocho has done a fantastic job at replicating the Polus map.

March 4, 2021

If you think of video games in 2020, two that will instantly spring to mind are Animal Crossing: New Horizons and Among Us. Both became cultural phenomenons in a time when the world just needed joy. Animal Crossing allowed players to escape from the stress of the real world and live their best lives on a deserted island. Among Us on the other hand, bought friends together in a time when physical social interaction had to be kept to a minimum.

While there has been a range of Animal Crossing: New Horizons Crossovers, including an awesome Persona 5 one, you’d be hard-pressed to find one that’s as good as this recreation of the Among Us Polus Map.

What is the Among Us Polus Map?

The Polus Map was released in Among Us back in November 2019. The map is set in a frigid region and consists of three different buildings and a range of pod stations that circle round a giant molten core. Currently, it’s the largest map in the game, at least until the new Airship map releases.

Polus contains a range of tasks that are specific to that map. These tasks include Align Telescope, Fill Canisters and Monitor Tree.

Among Us Polus Map Animal Crossing Recreation

Twitter user and YouTube Creator Kobocho (こぼちょ) has made a near-perfect recreation of Polus within Animal Crossing. Using the game’s furniture and items, Kobocho has faithfully replicated many parts of the map, including the Office and Emergency Meeting button, the Seismic Stabilizers and the Laboratory.

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You can check out the full video right here – be sure to show Kobocho some love!

Where is the Airship??

Hopefully, the latest Among Us map isn’t too far away. The Airship was announced back at The Game Awards last December and was slated for an early 2021 release. While time is ticking on, we are still well within the early parts of 2021 and with the developers saying things are going well, there’s definitely no cause for concern.

Keep your eyes on DualShockers so we can update you as soon as we have any more Airship details.

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Sam (He/Him) is the Managing Editor at DualShockers. He's been playing video games for as long as he can remember and you can regularly find him on his Nintendo Switch. When he's not playing games, he'll no doubt be suffering watching his beloved Ipswich Town.

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