Only two days before its official release, Atomic Heart has already seen online leaks of its first five hours of gameplay. With the leaked gameplay video, fans may get a better look at the game and still decide whether or not to pre-order it.
As Atomic Heart’s release date approaches, hype and debate around the game are still there. Gamers are applauding Atomic Heart for its outstanding gameplay, which has been officially disclosed so far, despite the game’s intense excitement and controversies.
The leaked gameplay of Atomic Heart was quickly removed
The new gameplay leak comes from an unknown person who goes by the handle Mazziveric on Twitch somehow managed to break Atomic Heart’s restriction by live-streaming around 5 hours of gameplay that included a lot of spoilers. It covers the game’s plot, a number of gameplay elements, and cutscenes.
In the opening cinematic, couples are seen riding in boats and in cars flying overhead as the protagonist enters the prospering alternate Soviet Union (thanks to Exputer). Whatever the case, it all quickly transforms into a barren landscape filled with violent machines and mysterious mysteries.
The YouTuber also provided an objective review of the game, giving viewers an in-depth look to make sure people know what to anticipate from the game. Therefore, gamers should ignore these leaks as if they have already pre-ordered the game if they don’t want to learn any spoilers.
As the live ended, the video was quickly taken down, possibly implying that it was the original game. It’s possible that the user obtained the game before it was supposed to be given.
Also, a user recently discovered an Atomic Heart development build that had been leaked on Reddit. Although individuals have discussed their experiences in the comment section and claimed that the build is real, it is unknown if the link is safe or not.
The community has been shocked by several leaks which can be seen in the comments sections), but also impressed by the leaked gameplay of Atomic Heart that has been made public. Even though the developers are working hard to remove them, a lot has already been leaked.