Atomic Heart Launching Tomorrow on Major Platforms

Atomic Heart
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Atomic Heart, the highly anticipated role-playing first-person shooter game, is finally set to launch tomorrow, and fans around the world are eagerly awaiting its arrival. The game will be released on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PS5, and PC.

About the Game

Developed by Mundfish, Atomic Heart is heavily inspired by games like BioShock or System Shock. It can be imagined as the first BioShock set in Soviet Russia dipped in vodka. There's even an achievement about killing enemies after getting drunk. The game takes place in an alternate universe where the Soviet Union never fell, and players take on the role of a talkative KGB agent who has to investigate a secret research facility gone awry.

The game promises a unique and immersive experience, with a blend of horror, sci-fi, and action elements. Players will navigate through a variety of environments, including a futuristic city, a secret military base, and a sprawling underground complex filled with all sorts of terrifying creatures. It also features a dynamic weather system that will impact gameplay and create a more realistic and immersive world.


Since its initial reveal, the biggest draw of the game has been its aesthetic. However, the developer has paid much attention to combat as well, offering a wide range of weapons and abilities for players to experiment with. They will be able to use traditional firearms, energy weapons, and even psychic powers like freezing and much more. There are many ways to take down the game's various weird-looking enemies.

System Requirements

Although console players don't have to worry about their hardware, the same can't be said for PC users. The developer has revealed the official system requirements and they don't seem too outrageous. A GeForce GTX 1070 or Radeon RX 5600 XT should be enough for 1080p at 60 FPS with medium preset.

The developer has even hired a Hollywood actor to promote their game. Check out our previous article to see The Boys star Jensen Ackles in the live-action "The Atomic Way" trailer.

So, what do you think? Are you excited about Atomic Heart? Have you pre-ordered the game or will you wait for reviews? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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