Atomic Heart is an upcoming sci-fic first-person shooter from Mundfish. It was originally slated to launch in 2019 but was reportedly delayed.
In a recent update to the game’s Steam page, the developers have shared new gameplay and story details. They have also listed the PC system requirements for the game.
According to the official description, this is an action RPG. The trailer offers a survival horror vibe making it look like a soviet-era Bioshock. The game was reportedly stuck in development hell but new details are finally starting to surface.
Here’s the description that was shared by the developers on their Steam page.
Atomic Heart is an action RPG game. The story is about all the things that could have happened in the reality of the USSR but didn’t. Technical revolution has already occurred, robots, the Internet, holograms have already been invented, but all these innovations are immersed in the atmosphere of communism, imperialism and confrontation with the West. The protagonist of the game, a Soviet Special Duty KGB officer, ends up at one of the Complexes of the Facility 3826 during a massive robot control system malfunction. The game world consists of huge open-world regions full of lush Soviet nature and less spacious territories of the Facility complexes with its secret underground and above-ground labs, bunkers and robotic logistics systems. Most of the enemies are a variety of machines produced at the Facility. Each robot was originally made to serve the needs of the Soviet industry or to help Soviet citizens in a daily life. The robots are implemented with a combat program that should be activated in case of a war.
Here is a look at the system requirements that are posted on the Steam page.
According to the official website, the game will be released for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. It also supports ray-tracing with Nvidia RTX. There is a demo available to download for PC in case you want to see how RTX looks in the game.