Moscow-based developer Mundfish recently slipped Atomic Heart\’s first total trailer since their teaser was disclosed in July 2017 and it looks like a frightening good time. Atomic Heart is usually an adventure first-person shooter emerge an alternate universe while in the height of the Soviet Union. You\’ll play mainly because special agent P-3, who\’s got been sent to check out why a top mystery Soviet facility adjusted offline. Initial impressions give us the familiar creepy aesthetic of Bioshock with the vast open world of Fallout.
Atomic Heart\’s innovative trailer weaves these elements into a visually breathtaking surrealist killer theme-park that would help to make even Salvador Dal proud. Creepy killer robots, hurtling drones and bloodied amorphous blobs hint on the game\’s nature when still keeping people curious for more. Most of us even get a smaller peek at potential upgrade systems pertaining to weapons, survival instruments and interactions by using environments in the midst of adrenaline-pumping automated chaos.
Atomic Heart will be seen on PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox 360 console One, but there is also no definitive discharge date information apart from \”2018.\” Mundfish is currently taking care of co-op first-person project Soviet Lunapark VR Place, due to release eventually this month, however nothing else can at the moment be determined concerning Atomic Heart. We\’ll have to content themselves with this mind-bending trailer at the same time.