Atomic Heart is an upcoming FPS action-roleplaying video game developed by Mundfish. The game is slated for a release on the 21st of February, 2023. While we don’t know much about the gameplay, some insider news has popped up here and there. But we now have word from someone who claims to have the game files for Atomic Heart.
According to the leaker, the game seems somewhat dull, but as he has only played around 30 minutes, we can’t be sure whether the game will pack a heavy punch like the trailer. Still, Atomic Heart will likely have a weak start.
We know from some reports that Mundfish hired someone to create the gameplay segments we have seen so far, and the actual game might not have that.
If what the leaker says is valid, they likely made up all the intense parts of the trailer, which may be deceiving to its gameplay.
However, the leaker’s opinion might change once he plays more.
In addition, we might even get gameplay leaked from the same person, as he has the game files.
A few days ago, we saw a report on DTF.ru, which explained that Mundfish developed the trailer as a vertical slice, and in reality, the game has seen nothing but mismanagement. These include failure to meet deadlines, bonuses, and much more.
Therefore, the trailer footage was created to show the audience and investors as they are necessary to keep the project alive. So, the game might even look completely different from what we have seen.
Reddit user CamusAtesposted some images and told the community about the game. He made some interesting remarks, and considering the previous data; it aligns with the leaker’s statement that the game has a dull beginning.
The trailer showed much promise and some of the most intense parts, which may not even exist in the game. To make things worse, he described the beginning as, “first 30 min was literally walking simulator and no actions at all I didn’t play further I will keep playing later today.”
While it may pick up the pace later on, it can still hurt the game since many gamers don’t give too much time to a game to decide whether they will continue playing it. Although the game looks good in terms of graphics, if the story is not good compared to the many games we now have, there might not be much to look forward to.
In addition, he also replied to a comment regarding the game’s performance, saying, “Game hardly reaches 1080p60 fps at ultra graphics with DLSS quality (ray tracing on) and so much fps drops in certain scenes, but I think it will be better on launch.”
He also mentioned recording the in-game content, so we might get some leaked footage from the same person later. For now, things don’t look so good for Atomic Heart. Let’s keep our fingers crossed; we can only hope that the game delivers what it promised in the release date trailer.
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