Mundfish’s Atomic Heart offers some highly unusual imagery throughout the experience. It is true, a lot of gamers have become enamoured by the Atomic Heart robot twins, there is a scene right before the second encounter with them that is totally out-of-this-world. We think this moment is Atomic Heart’s weirdest
In this video, we showcase the Atomic Heart open world gameplay. For those who have not played the game, it takes around 4-5 hours inside before you are let loose to explore the open-world section of the game. The video was recorded using an RTX 4090 on Steam PC, at
Out today on consoles and PC is the eagerly anticipated Mundfish action first person shooter adventure game, Atomic Heart. Take a look at the launch trailer.
Artists (and photographers/cosplayers officially or otherwise) have been busy creating some excellent artwork/photos of the now infamous Atomic Heart robot twins. Mundfish’s first person action-adventure game releases officially today on consoles and PC, however the robot twins role in the 20 hour game is somewhat less than we’d hoped. Take
The opening section of Mundfish’s soon to be released Atomic Heart is weird as it is wonderful. There is some impressive imagery here, a foreboding sense of scale and impending disaster. Take a look at the Atomic Heart gameplay opening sequence running max settings (Quality DLSS) and in 4K resolution.
Focus Entertainment writes: “Join us on February 1st to discover over 8 minutes of juicy Atomic Heart gameplay footage, showcasing the cinematic shooter that shines not only for its combat but for its intrigue, setting, characters and deep mechanics.” We are looking forwards to this game, but have some reservations.
Mundfish presents the final release date for their long-awaited first person action adventure game, Atomic Heart. The game comes to PC, PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, Xbox One, and Game Pass on February 21, 2023.
Mundfish Studios has just released a trailer to present the official release window for their upcoming action first-person adventure game, Atomic Heart. The game will release at the tail end of 2022 in either September, October, November or December according to the teaser text which reads “2022 #######BER.”
Mundfish Studios posted a new 10 minute Atomic Heart gameplay video showing all kinds of madness. This game lives on and hopefully releases this year on PC.
Nvidia showcases a new Atomic Heart video which focuses on the RTX features the game will employ such as ray tracing and DLSS. Atomic Heart is an adventure first-person shooter, events of which unfolds in an alternate universe during the high noon of the Soviet Union.