Atomic Heart returns to show itself in some new images posted on Twitter by Jamie Moran, content creator on YouTube, which show some settings and situations of this interesting and particular FPS to BioShock style in a pseudo-Soviet setting.
The images show some of the situations that characterize the game scenarios, although it’s still unclear whether they’re real screenshots or engine footage, although we now have a slightly clearer idea of what they are.
We actually saw a new gameplay trailer for Atomic Heart for E3 2021, and again in the past, the Mundfish team talked about the release date being progressively set.
The new images do not feature particularly new elements, to tell the truth, but rather different perspectives on previously seen scenarios and scenarios.
There’s still no release date for Atomic Heart, however, it seems that a possible second chapter is already practically confirmed, to underline the oddities of this title that immediately looked very promising but equally mysterious.
In the meantime, let’s look at these four Atomic Heart images, in hopes that 2022 be the year to see the Mundfish game in its definitive version. He is confirmed to arrive at the Xbox Game Pass already at launch.