Atomic Heart is now right around the corner, and the new FPS title is set to be one of the most unique releases of 2023. Set in a once utopian Soviet Union, we can promise you'll never quite expect what's coming next as you explore the broken world.
First announced 4 years ago, the game has been a long time in the making, and after a slight delay, now finally has a confirmed release date. Let's take a look at everything we know so far, and when the new game will drop for your platform.
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Atomic Heart Release Date
After a very long wait for fans since the original reveal, the game has finally had its release date set. Despite some delays, the new dystopian FPS title is now set to drop sooner than you might think.
Atomic Heart will release on the 21st of February, 2023, for all platforms it plans to come to. This includes next and last-gen consoles, as well as PC. If you own a gaming platform, chances are you'll be able to play the new shooter.
The game could also be a day-one release for Xbox Game Pass, so hopefully, for fans, this is the case, and PC will receive the same treatment. Whether or not the game will come to PlayStation Plus remains to be seen.
Trailer and Gameplay
Atomic Heart is, to say the least, a unique take on the FPS genre, and fortunately, the gameplay reveals so far have not disappointed. There's certainly plenty to unpack from the trailer, in terms of combat style, and what you'll actually be fighting.
Like every footage reveal so far, this most recent trailer is packed with baffling, eerie, violent imagery. What we do know is that the game will not be for the faint-hearted, but visually stunning for those who can stomach it.