The new Atomic Heart game trailer highlights its heart-pounding, quick-paced gameplay and announces a release date.
When Atomic Heart was first announced back in 2018, it sparked a lot of excitement. With its unique perspective on 1950s Russia, it appealed to players who enjoy shooters set in other histories like Wolfenstein. It received recognition for other aspects as well, making it one of the most eagerly awaited games of the year.
Atomic Heart game release date and trailer preview
Atomic Heart is set to release concurrently across all major platforms, including Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC on February 21, 2023.
The Atomic Heart game’s new trailer announced the release date and ramps up the fighting while giving gamers a detailed glimpse into robotic insanity and special abilities. It mainly comprised of action sequences between moments of severe danger, including ones involving mutant scientists with heads that split open like orchids.
Atomic Heart gameplay and story
In Atomic Heart, the government hires P-3, a mentally ill KGB special agent, to look into a closed-down industrial facility. Atomic Heart is a Fallout-style action-adventure game, and P-3 serves as the game’s main character. Combat in Atomic Heart is centered around a piece of superpower technology called the Glove, which has the ability to shoot lightning and launch objects into the sky.
The story takes place in the era of the 1950s Soviet Union where World War 2 led to the development of robotic systems and other cutting-edge technologies. Since then, previously helpful robots have turned against their inventors, and numerous covert experiments have unintentionally produced dangerous mutations that have ruined your own goal.
When the game launches on its announced release date of February 21, Xbox Game Pass subscribers will get free access. Pre-orders for the PC version of the game are currently being accepted on Steam.