Atomic Heart has received a second trailer today courtesy of its developers, Mundfish. And the game continues to look absolutely insane.
Mundfish initially debuted their game back in July 2017. Now, getting close to a year later, we’re able to see the progress the team has made. And it’s quite impressive.
The first-person shooter looks to take inspiration from numerous titles. You can see design inspirations throughout the world from Fallout and BioShock. Combat looks as though it takes notes from Bethesda’s Doom or Wolfenstein. Action is very in your face and frenetic at times.
Here is the developer’s seemingly rough translation officially breaking down their game back in July:
“Atomic Heart is an adventure first-person shooter, events of which unfolds in an alternate universe during the high noon of the Soviet Union. The principal character of the game is a special agent P-3, who after an unsuccessful landing on enterprise “3826” is trying to figure out what went wrong and to clear up a factory from went mad robots.
As of the game P-3 will receive a lot of weapon in his armory, there will be several quests, and he will learn to destroy one robot after another silently in order to clear his way to the event hall, where he will meet a main enemy – a huge robot with tentacles.
A crazy Soviet setting, a hurricane action and a terrific story will not let you sleep even if you were born in the USSR. Restore peace and order and show us the best you can!”
Mundfish is saying a 2018 release is in the cards for Atomic Heart. With a release planned that soon, it’s likely that the developers will bring their game to E3 for the public to get some hands on time with it.
The title will release for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The team is also planning VR functionality for Steam VR and PlayStation VR.