Moscow based publisher and developer Mundfish updated its official website, which reflect changes and details on Atomic Heart and Soviet Lunarpark.
If you have not seen Atomic Heart, the official teaser trailer lies below.
Now that you have an idea as to what this VR game has to offer, Mundfish reveals on its official site that Atomic Heart will be made available for PC via Steam, PlayStation 4 store, and the Xbox Store.
While we wait for an official release date, you can look over recently published test videos showing the world of Atomic Heart. The first video “ДРОФА летающий робот” (DROPA flying robots) shows DROPA bots flying.
The second video is a test video that shows a dining room in the world of Atomic Heart, containing a spinning “робот” (robot).
The next test video offers a look outside, DROPA bots flying, and strange structures to observe.
The next video dabbles in a warehouse that contains strange robots, which runs close to three minutes in length.
The last video on Atomic Heart shows a test menu for VR. The video depicts a strange misty aquatic place where cargo is shipped in by big dicopter bots.
Mundfish’s second game, Soviet Lunarpark, is set to support up to eight players and will sport four levels. OptiTrack, Oculus, and Vive will be supported:
“Soviet Lunapark is a full sensory, immersive experience, with you, your friends and family walking around inside the action.”
From the sounds of it, Soviet Lunarpark is a tie-in game that mixes zombies and stuff from Atomic Heart into a full sensory, immersive experience.
Finally, Atomic Heart is tentatively set to release this year for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Soviet Lunarpark will launch exclusively for PC via Steam sometime this spring. You can learn more about both games by hitting up the recently updated mundfish.com.
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