The release date for Atomic Heart is finally set down and we will be seeing Atomic Heart early in 2023
It was only slightly spoiled yesterday, but that does not lower the excitement that Atomic Heart finally has a release date for the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC version of the game. Those that were watching all of the social media outlets out there would know this as February 21st of 2023. It was not a horrible thing to learn as Mundfish has been teasing us with Atomic Heart for about five years now. Yeah, it has been a while and now we have an end in sight for us all to be able to see how this insane-looking game will pan out. It is now time to get those pre-orders ready.
With this announcement comes another flashy trailer for Atomic Heart, but there is a bit of an emphasis on the flashy. That is, it looks to be reusing much of what we have seen in the past for the game but in a way that jumps between each shot in a rapid case. I mention this just for those that may have issues with that kind of thing, but also for those that were hoping to get something new to enjoy in the mix. That will all fall on the pre-orders for Atomic Heart right now, though. With three different options coming with various DLC on top of it all. Something that feels like it should just be all-inclusive with the ride we have been on for the game up to now. Marketing has to do their marketing, I guess.
Atomic Heart — Release Date
A system failure at Soviet Facility № 3826 leads machinery to rebel against the people. You are Major P-3, Private Agent, and your task is to minimize the consequences of this ‘systems failure’ and prevent the leakage of classified information.
To succeed, you’ll have to do your homework and study every deadly foe to avoid becoming their next victim, for secret experiments have led to the emergence of terrifying mutants, implacable machines, and bloodthirsty creatures.
Atomic Heart Launches on the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC on February 21st, 2023.
Have you been keeping up with Atomic Heart since it first came on the scene back in 2018 or did it only catch your eye recently? Is it odd that we are seeing just DLC for each tier or is this just how we should expect all games are going to go forever? Did you catch anything truly new in the mix of all of the flashes here or did you have to skip it for safety reasons? Go ahead and let us all know down in the comments so we can all discuss it while we wait for February now. We will have much more for Atomic Heart on the site, and all you have to do is keep checking in for all of it.