After just over six months under the radar, Atomic Heart has finally returned to show itself with some consistency, and just seven days from the trailer for the splendid photo mode, the developers of Mundfish have decided to share a long gameplay video. The new clip has a duration of about 22 minutes and shows the settings, enemies, weapons, and powers of the protagonist, for the moment still unnamed.
The first part of the video shows the protagonist making his way inside a secret laboratory, with game sections that seem to take inspiration from Prey and BioShock. The game runs at 60 fps with Ray Tracing active, and beyond a few small problems with the feedback of the weapons (which at times seem to lack a little impact), everything seems to be working properly. The second half of the trailer shows some open-air sections with mid-range firearms, in which it appears the game has a hard time keeping up with the stable 30fps. Of course, the version shown is a pre-alpha, so there shouldn’t be anything to worry about.
Atomic Heart will arrive on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S, and PC (via Steam) in the course of 2021, and the release window will be revealed soon. More information on the title is expected to be shared over the course of the summer season.