After several trailer appearances and RTX Tech demo appearances at CES in Las Vegas last year, Mundfish, the developer of the Atomic Heart game, was very diligent in providing updates about the games. They were working on providing their latest gameplay through their YouTube channel. You can see their 10-minute gameplay video below:
Atomic Heart is an Adventure First Person Shooter game located in an alternate Universe during the Soviet Union era. This gameplay can be said to have a fairly unique mechanic in the game. You can customize your weapon, starting from adding a graffiti or a logo on a gun to a magazine of a firearm you can customize.
On August 11th, Atomic Heart also released a video of their gameplay, which in the latest video is gameplay against a mini-boss named “Plyush”. You can see the video below:
In the video, it looks like Mundfish gave a little surprise to Doom fans because, in that gameplay, they present music from made by Mick Gordon as the composer in the Doom game, which Doom fans certainly know. After all, the Doom game’s music is famous for its fast sound or rock, which is believed to increase the Immersive level in the game.
Also, as quoted via DSOGaming, Mundfish announced that they are targeting that their game will be completed and released in 2021.