Atomic Heart: The creator's thanks are extended

Atomic Heart: The creator's thanks are extended ...

Mundfish's new action video game Atomic Heart has reached Gold status about a month before its release on February 21, 2023. A further shift is therefore unlikely.

The release of "Atomic Heart" is only a few weeks away. Another postponement may be avoided, as the basic development of the shooter has been completed.

"We thank our partners and everyone who contributed to this exciting project." And, above all, we thank you all for supporting Atomic Heart," said the responsible team in a tweet.

Mundfish's developers will not have to give up their jobs or take a vacation because improvements can still be made to "Atomic Heart" and submitted as a downloadable update. Corresponding day one changes are no longer a rarity.

Modernizations following the launch

After the launch of "Atomic Heart," the creators hope to release additional content. Players who have already purchased the Gold Edition, which includes the so-called Atomic Pass, may earn a flat-rate subscription to future download packs.

The premium edition of "Atomic Heart" includes two skin packs and a digital art book. The price is 105.99 euros.

Atomic Heart is an open-world apocalyptic game that transports players to an alternate Soviet Union. In this scenario, robots rebel against humans, and it's up to you to decide who wins.

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Atomic Heart will be available on PS5, PS4, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S, as well as on PC on February 21, 2023. More info and impressions on the shooter are available in our Summary of topics.

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