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Ejected - Confirm Ejects Explanation
Reveals Imposter Status On Death
The "Ejected" setting in Among Us has one main function which dramatically alters the course of any given match. It determines if the true affiliation of a player is shown after they are voted out (ejected). If Confirm Ejects is enabled, you will see if the person you just threw out into space was actually an Imposter or not. It also shows you how many Imposters remain (if you're playing with 2 or more).
Setting Can Be Changed By The Host
The only player who can turn this on or off is the host of the match. You can see what the host has chosen either by looking at the upper left part of the screen or by accessing the computer during the pre-match phase.Check Out More About Game Settings Here
Should You Turn Confirm Ejects On?
Pros & Cons Of Leaving Confirm Ejects On
|・Makes the game easier for Crewmates||・Makes the game more challenging for Imposters|
|・Easier to catch false accusers/liars||・Can be chaotic if people accuse each other too much|
|・Easier for random groups with less experienced players||・If you get several new players/leavers on your team as Crewmate you'll be out of luck|
In general, we think that games with Confirm Ejects off are more fun and engaging. The suspense of who was truly the Imposter persists until the absolute last moment, making plot twists even more explosive. That being said, if you're playing mainly with random people online, ON might be better.
If you get stuck in a group with players who are new to the game, you'll be at a huge disadvantage with Ejects turned off.
|Conclusion:||In public games or while still a beginner, leave Confirm ejects on. In private games or when you're more experienced, turn it off!|