Atomic Hearts is a first person shooter developed by Mundfish and published by Focus Entertainment.
It takes place in a technologically advanced alternate history setting of the Soviet Union.
The new teaser trailer showcases curiously connected facilities, one of the "many undiscovered places" in Facility 3826.
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Settings for adjusting the size of the HUD and subtitles are available. Some Achievements should also unlock after initially facing issues.
Mundfish's open world first person shooter has been played by over 5 million players within three weeks of release.
Developer Mundfish says upcoming patches will add subtitle and UI size settings, Steam Deck support, and controller remapping.
Despite good optimization, Mundfish's FPS/RPG has its share of bugs, crashes and other issues. Here's how to fix some of them.
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Atomic Heart is quite a long game if you are looking to complete everything.
Field-of-view settings are included in "one of the nearest updates," with more details coming soon, though there's no ETA on subtitle sizes.
Keep these handy pointers in mind as you make your way through Mundfish's first person shooter.
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Mundfish and Focus Entertainment's open world first person shooter is now available for PlayStation, Xbox, and PC.
Atomic Heart is a narrative-driven FPS set in a retro-futuristic, alternate-history setting, but does that translate into an enjoyable experience?
Mundfish's upcoming first person shooter will let players choose between three difficulty levels.
Atomic Heart will require drastically lower storage space on PlayStation consoles as compared to its Xbox versions.
Mundfish's action RPG FPS will have 42 Trophies in total, of which three will be Gold, eight will be Silver, and 30 will be Bronze.
Jensen Ackles of Supernatural and The Boys fame teaches a young fan of magic about the "Atomic Way" en route to the game's launch.
Mundfish has revealed the shooter's required PC specs for a number of presents, including multiple 60 FPS options.
The developer also reiterates that the game will feature just one graphical preset on current-gen consoles, running at a dynamic 4K and 60 FPS.
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Mundfish's action RPG FPS launches for Xbox, PlayStation, and PC on February 21.
Mundfish's long-in-development first person action RPG shooter is set to launch later this month for PlayStation, Xbox, and PC.
Along with combat, the new trailer will showcase the setting, characters and mechanics en route to the game's launch on February 21st.
"Our game and website DO NOT collect any information or data," the developer has said in response to recent reports alleging the same.
The FPS action RPG launches on February 21st worldwide for Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5, PC, and day one for Game Pass.
The immersive action RPG shooter finally launches on February 21st for Xbox, PlayStation and PC. Here's what you need to know.
Developer Mundfish will also try to make the upcoming RPG/FPS available for Steam Deck on day one, but it's "not confirmed yet."
Ahead of the first person shooter's release in February, a hefty chunk of new gameplay footage has emerged online.
"We have made a mind-blowing optimization and literally ripped up the engine with a can opener to make it possible for the game to use all possible CPU cores on all platforms," says Mundfish founder a...
Along with Nvidia's RTX technology, the upcoming first-person shooter also supports DLSS 3. It's out on February 21st for consoles and PC.
"We plan to significantly expand both the open-world territories, as well as new complexes and labs," says game director Robert Bagratuni.
"During the development process, we made the tough choice to abandon some ideas, even very big ones, like multiplayer," explains Mundfish founder and game director Robert Bagratuni.
Mundfish and Focus Entertainment's first person shooter is set to launch for PlayStation, Xbox, and PC in February 2023.
Atomic Heart's newest gameplay showing talks about the game's central loot of smashing robots, gathering parts, and crafting upgrades.
A new video highlights some of the many unique killer robots you'll be facing in Atomic Heart's alternate history Soviet Russia.
Mundfish and Focus Entertainment's long-awaited alternate history first person shooter is finally launching next year- here's what you should know about it.
Learn more about Facility 3826, which has seen its robots turn against their creators, and Major Sergey Nechaev's quest to stop them.
Rolling around, at the speed of sound, Hedgie can squash the player at any moment when it's not scorching them with its shockwaves.
Mundfish and Focus Entertainment's trippy first person shooter is finally set to launch for PC and consoles in February.
Developer Mundfish's upcoming first-person action RPG is currently planned to launch sometime between December 2022 to March 2023.
A new report claims that Mundfish's long-in-the-making first person shooter is set to release for PlayStation, Xbox, and PC in February.
Atomic Heart is easily one of the most visually distinct action RPGs of 2022, and we can't wait to get our hands on it.
"Winter" could mean any time between December 2022 and March 2023, according to a representative for Focus Entertainment.
Electrocute, burn, and freeze enemies with a variety of abilities and smash them to pieces in Mundfish's upcoming FPS/RPG.
Developers Mundfish speak with GamingBolt about the long-in-development first person shooter.
Mundfish says the game's weirdness is "intentional", and "one of the creative pillars" when creating "the world, the enemies, and the characters."
Utilize different abilities, weapons and firearms to defeat the hostile machines of Soviet Facility 3826 and explore its many mysteries.
Mundfish's upcoming open world survival shooter has been confirmed as a day 1 Game Pass launch for consoles, PC, and cloud.
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Combat also briefly showcased with different weapons and abilities.
You won't need an atomic level rig to play this one.
The action RPG is set in a strange USSR facility following a robot control system malfunction.
A new trailer shows that the game still lives.