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Atomic Heart Gameplay Compilation Showcases Intense Action and Creepy Open-World

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Atomic Heart Gameplay Collection Showcases Intense Action and Creepy Open-World

< img src="http://digitallifegaming.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/ajb00y.jpg"class="ff-og-image-inserted"> A collection of Atomic Heart gameplay trailers showcases visceral battle and a couple of highly-detailed locations that you’ll get to check out. From multi-floored museum-like arenas to rich forests with abandoned structures, Atomic Heart aims to use blood-pumping action series within flashy, bombastic setpieces.

Mundfish’s upcoming open-world RPG is set in an alternate truth where the USSR has made substantial technological developments that press it decades ahead of any other world power. You play as a special KGB representative called P-3. Armed with a robust selection of guns and melee weapons, you’ll pass through the various environments to uncover the tricks behind the Soviet Union’s productions while combating a bevy of the wild experiments that wander the land.

The enemies revealed vary from cyborgs (they’re like an intriguing cross in between the ones in I, Robotic and Alien: Isolation) to effective beasts. There’s that frightening monster that emerges from a hole in the ground that P-3 battles at the 5:25 mark, and the sauntering bear-man-thing with the bloody head at the 8:32 mark is the stuff of literal nightmares. Gameplay-wise, Atomic Heart reminds me of the very first Bioshock game.

After viewing the collection several times, I still can’t tell you precisely what the narrative is all about beyond what has actually already been supplied. And Mundfish’s clips do an excellent task of establishing an extremely odd environment and tone without handing out a lot of details. I can state that much of what I have actually seen looks downright scary and certainly not for the faint of heart.

A release date for Atomic Heart hasn’t been announced however it will introduce on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Published at Mon, 05 Apr 2021 19:29:00 +0000

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