This was announced by Focus Entertainment and Mundfish Atomic Heart will be released on February 23, 2023. The Cyprus-based indie developer released a new trailer for the first-person shooter on Wednesday, giving fans a brief tour of a sci-fi world set in 1955 Soviet Union’s alternate Russia.
in the Atomic Heart, the bulk of Soviet work is done by AI robots after they defeated Nazi Germany in 1941, and Professor Dmitriy Sechenov developed Neuro-Polymer, an advanced technology that would connect humans and robots and allow humans in the USSR to control the Robots until 1955 remotely thanks to the Collectiv Neural Network. At the start of the game, the KGB sends special agent P-3 to investigate an abandoned robot factory called Facility 3826, only to find that due to a global system failure, it is being overrun by robots in a murderous rampage.
Players need to be very strategic in their gameplay as fully autonomous robots introduce unpredictability. You’ll have to adapt your fighting style according to the enemies you’re facing, use different hacking methods to avoid being killed by other robots when spotted by one of them, and improve your weapons to get the upper hand over the robots to win.
Atomic Heart was first revealed in 2018 with little trailer reveal and information from Mundfish. It should be a combination of BioShock and Stand out because the alternate reality of Soviet-era Russia is so twisted and because the robots rebel against their creators and wreak havoc, said Mundfish CEO Robert Bagratuni IGN at the time he compares it to black mirror in terms of story and bloodborne on the battlefront.
Atomic Heart will be released on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S. It will be available on Xbox Game Pass at launch.
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