The Russian immersive sim Atomic Heart looks absolutely baffling. From what we've seen in the gravity-defying trailer and a 45-minute preview of the robot's overflow, it looks like a real roller coaster of a game and it turns out we won't have to wait long until we can jump into madness.
Although it looks like a finished game, Mundfish makes it clear that the team still does not want to announce an official release date. "Developers are usually very careless about the release date, postpone it and keep saying 'tomorrow' that it reads the release.
"We can't tell you the release date right now due to a million nuances, starting with factors beyond our control (the localization of the game in other languages) and ending with the status quo. "The mood and atmosphere of the team, which will obviously be worse if we finally have to change that date."
Frequently asked questions also reveal another amount of information: Atomic Heart will have two endings, which is surprising for an FPS with a "strict linear plot", but it sounds juicy. Apparently, players will be tested with a moral decision that will affect the outcome of the game.
"We have put an important moral choice in the hands of the player closer to the end, because we want to push the community to discuss and discuss the issues we have set out in the story. We want you to draw your own conclusions and make your own decision, without being influenced by the forces above. "
So for now, the release date at Steam Atomic Heart page it’s still TBA, but at least now we know the team is in the final stages.