First Class Trouble is a six-player game that can be played with friends and randoms. For those who don’t want strangers filling slots in their matches, a private lobby function would be very useful. Here’s the need-to-know info on how to set up a First Class Trouble private lobby.
Setting up a First Class Trouble private lobby
To set up a First Class Trouble private lobby, players will need to select “Play Game” on the main menu and then choose the “Private Lobby” option.
However, at the time of writing, the ability to create a private lobby is currently missing from the game. Despite the developer listing it as a feature in the Playtest F.A.Q. in March, private lobbies have not yet been integrated into the public build of the game.
Clearly it’s planned by the devs, so it should only be a matter of time before private lobbies are added.
When are First Class Trouble private lobbies being added?
It appears that First Class Trouble private lobbies will be added sooner rather than later.
The devs mentioned the feature in March for a Playtest F.A.Q., but the feature is not yet available in the live build. Assuming the developer can make it work, players should be able to host private matches with friends and keep strangers out.
With First Class Trouble sure to attract curious fans of Among Us, private lobbies are going to be an expected feature. Here’s hoping they are added within the next few updates.
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