Atomic Heart Aims To Be A Soviet Russian Version Of BioShock
(Last Updated On: December 25, 2017)

Mundfish released two trailers for its upcoming first-person shooter, which is dubbed as an action-adventure title that is a Soviet Russia, BioShock-esque title called Atomic Heart. The upcoming game is set to release for PC and PS4, and is built to support Steam and PS VR.

The trailer for this game, Atomic Heart, was released and had very little coverage. Slipping past the radar of many. The upcoming game is set to debut sometime in 2018 and opts for an interesting Sci-Fi story, which is set during an alternate universe of the Soviet Union:

“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.”

The single-player game will see you assuming the role of P-3, a special agent, who must figure out what went wrong when unsuccessfully landing on enterprise 3826.

According to the official website, P-3 will gain access to an arsenal of weapons and will be able to take up several quests:

“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.”

On the topic of strange robots with tentacles, I’m not sure how each dream-like anomaly will affect the world around P-3? According to the first trailer of the two by Mundfish, Vertouhov Dream, it seems like the sci-fi fantasy stuff will be frequent.

If that seems strange to you, the official teaser trailer showing what Atomic Heart is all about, both cinematic and gameplay wise, and explores more of the strange world that Mundfish has cooked up.

To be honest here, if this game comes out complete and properly finished, this could not only be an interesting FPS game with action-adventure hints sprawled throughout, but it could also be an interesting VR game as a whole.

You can learn more about Atomic Heart by visiting mundfish.com or its Steam page.


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