Mundfish Is Planning To Work On Atomic Heart Sequel
Mundfish is reportedly planning to work on a sequel to its first-person shooter, Atomic Heart, in the future.
According to journalist and blogger Aleksey Makarenkov, Atomic Heart developer, Mundfish, is already planning to work on a sequel to the first-person shooter. He asked the developer three questions, one of which was regarding a potential Atomic Heart 2.
Makarenkov had expected that Mundfish would give a vague response along the lines of “it’s too early to talk about a sequel”. However, the developer confidently responded by stating that Atomic Heart 2 is already planned for development. This should come as great news for fans of the first game, which was released last month on February 21, 2023. In response to another question regarding what the studio is currently working on, Mundfish stated that the development team is currently busy working on DLC for Atomic Heart.
Additionally, Makarenkov discovered from two of his reliable sources at VK Play that the game’s sales already covered the money it had spent on licensing and advertising “by a good margin”. He points out that since these sources have access to such data, the information they shared is likely to be accurate.
A few days prior to the game’s release, a debug PC build of Atomic Heart had leaked on the internet. The debug PC build of the game was leaked by a BreachForums member. They claimed to have dumped it from a peculiar place and had been sitting on it for about a week before deciding to leak it to the public. The game files were shared online without any security precautions, making them available to download and play for anyone.
Atomic Heart is a single-player first-person shooter developed by Mundfish and published by Focus Entertainment and 4Divinity. On February 21, 2023, the game was made available for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Windows, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.