The Atomic Heart is scheduled for release on February 21 next year on PC and on Xbox and PlayStation consoles for both generations. This promising production is also coming immediately to Game Pass subscriptions.
After a premature reveal of the date in some online stores, the Mudfish studio which is responsible for the work confirmed the information via a new trailer.
The game was originally expected to debut in the current year until recently, but in September it was announced that the plans had been delayed.
Technology along the lines of the Internet, holograms and androids is already invented in Atomic Heart, in 1955.
The main character is a special agent, called P-3, who the government sends to investigate a factory that has lost contact with. The facility, as it turns out, is overrun precisely by robots.
It appears that “Soviet BioShock” – as the title was once called – is promising to be very good. The graphics are on a high level, the alternative reality of the USSR looks bizarre, and the battles themselves are creative: there are firearms, melee attacks and the aforementioned “spells.”
Speaking somewhat perversely, the developers from the Russian studio Mundfish themselves are describing the project as “an action adventure RPG in a closed world.”