Atomic Heart

Atomic Heart

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Welcome to a utopian world of wonders and perfection, in which humans live in harmony with their loyal and fervent robots. Well, that's how it used to be. With the launch of the latest robot-control system mere days away, only a tragic accident or a global conspiracy could disrupt it… The unstoppable course of technology along with secret experiments have brought rise to mutant creatures, terrifying machines and superpowered robots—all suddenly rebelling against their creators. Onl...
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PEGI 18
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Recent Steam reviews:
Mostly positive (239)
All Steam reviews:
Very positive (23744)

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Atomic Heart

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$65
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Atomic Heart Premium Edition

Premium Edition

  • Atomic Heart
  • Atomic Pass
  • Two unique weapon skins
  • Digital artbook
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$108
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$46.37

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Description

Welcome to a utopian world of wonders and perfection, in which humans live in harmony with their loyal and fervent robots.



Well, that's how it used to be. With the launch of the latest robot-control system mere days away, only a tragic accident or a global conspiracy could disrupt it…

The unstoppable course of technology along with secret experiments have brought rise to mutant creatures, terrifying machines and superpowered robots—all suddenly rebelling against their creators. Only you can stop them and find out what lies behind the idealized world.



Using the combat abilities granted by your experimental power glove, your arsenal of blades and cutting-edge weaponry, fight for your life in explosive and frenetic encounters. Adapt your fighting style to each unique opponent. Combine your skills and resources, use the environment and upgrade your equipment to overcome challenges and fight for good.



• An utopian world, both mad and sublime
• Visceral, spectacular and unforgiving combat
• Blast giant machines and mutants using your multiple skills and advanced weapons
• Upgrade your arsenal and equipment

Configurations

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  • OS: Windows 10 (20H1 version or newer, 64-bit versions)
  • Processor: AMD Ryzen 3 1200 or Intel Core i5-2500
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 4 GB VRAM, AMD Radeon R9 380 or NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 DirectX: Version 12
  • DirectX: Version 12
  • Storage: 90 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: 30 FPS, 1920x1080 in low

Atomic Heart franchise

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Release date: 2024

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Reviews

9
Game review score based on 65 reviews, all languages included

Best reviews

Masteripiece of a huge game,graphics,music,story all optimised perfectly! this is an example of how must a new game to come out! Such a unique experience and very immersive! Very positive in steam rating platform or watching the game live in twitch will convince everyone who wana buy this game!
  • Just Perfect
Starts very good but the ending sections feels empty/uncompleted, but overall a very good game and a Fun experience.

The characters are well developed and have fun interactions.

Loved the boss fights.
the game is very special in its own way and it was amazing but it seems the open world enemies were stronger then the actual bosses it seems and the second ending was quite a let down but still surprising all i gotta say it was worth playing for sure
Starts very good but the ending sections feels empty/uncompleted, but overall a very good game and a Fun experience.

It runs well on a 1080 wich leaves me quite impressed.

The characters are well developed and have fun interactions.

Loved the boss fights.
  • Fun Combat mechanics
  • Good graphic
  • Nice animations
  • Dispersive
I really enjoyed playing this game. It has amazing graphichs yet you don't need a power plant to run it on a proper FPS with higher settings. The world it plays in is interesting and captivating, makes you want to learn more about it. Sound design is also phenomenal. Melee combat is a bit underwhelming and not really satisfying, but the gun play with abilities make up for it. The biggest con for me is the guy we play. Always being cocky, often dumb and it is really, really hard to empathise with him. I wanted to shut him up a lot of times basically, but the game is great, it really worths a try.
  • Well optimized
  • Uniquely beautiful
  • Gun play with abilities
  • Protagonist is a douche (not in a funny, likeable way)
  • Melee combat not quite satisfying
I have never been so excited for a game I literally only know 1 thing about. The only reason I’m even continuing is because there is a minimum character limit. Everyone knows why I’m excited and you are lying if you say you don’t feel the same
  • Everyone knows

Recent reviews

It surprised me! (positively)!

POSITIVES:

- The games ambiance and vibe is really special. it looks and feels VERY beautiful. i spent 20% of gameplay in photo mode alone.

- Theres nothing negative to say about the soundtrack and score of this game. it just fits so well and makes the fighting feel badass.

- the fighting mechanics alone are fun and feel good.

- The bad ending was quite creative and definetaly was a "bad" ending.

- The game is very well optimized. (especially for todays standards)

NEGATIVES:

- dialogue feels a bit off but this is most likely because of translation from original language.

- The main charachter (you), seems like an a*hole > but atleast they found a way to explain this towards the end. translation also plays a role here.

- the "good" ending unlike the "bad" felt lazy and unfinished > atleast there is another ending featured in the DLC.

IN CONCLUSION: I do recommend the game, it does feel like a mix of bioshock and doom and a successfull one! And on sale you should just get game if youre interested!
  • story
  • graphics
  • optimization
  • emotions
  • minor bugs
  • charachter you cant relate to
From the very beginning I admit that the graphics are just superb! And the bioshok atmosphere is very well done and gives envy ! But here it is ... After about 8 hours I dropped the steak because of the boring scenario, the clumsy platforming and the deadly boring gun fights. No pep or flavour in this game and the charisma of the hero is crude and overplayed, worthy of an old western movie.

Lack of variety in the settings, landscapes and enemies, lack of a good overall game! We have an old reheated Russian soup made by apprentices, it's out, it's ciao!

Thanks god I got this for free, don't want to support Russia anyway. People saying that

  • Jeu Russe
  • Clone
  • Rien de nouveau
WOW.... the game is bloking everytime , I fill like I'm up or down between the muurs. crazy. i don't like and I fill like I pay for nothing

I can send the screenshots for belive me.

bad experience for this money
  • nothing positive
  • bad one
Would be thumbs up if cheaper, just wait for it to go on sale. Very repetitive, a lot of highs, a lot of lows, messy pacing, but enough interesting things to keep you going. Paints both communism and capitalism as bad if you cared about that. There's actually quite a bit of robot girls.



Beat the game on normal in about 16 hours. See literally no reason to replay unless I want to just look at stuff.



The good:

The music is definitely the highlight. At its best it's really good and exciting, at its worst it's still interesting. Which is better than forgettable imo

interesting setting and visuals

Story is decent, nothing mind-blowing. There are a few things that don't make sense, but there is still setup and payoff within the narrative

I felt the difficulty was fine throughout. I was never on autopilot when in combat. There are certain perks that are a must have and you definitely feel the progression. I found myself wanting to avoid combat near the start, but not at all near the end.





The bad:

Probably the biggest issue: pacing pacing pacing. It made no sense. They tried to do what Bioshock Infinite did with seeing Columbia all nice and pretty and happy before things go wrong, except not as well. You sit through what is basically an interactive cut scene with on-the-nose exposition and a lot of NPCs going "wow, it sure is amazing that we have such amazing science in [city name] thanks to [name] and their [invention] that recently came out." After this you arrive in the open world to go to the first mission. I then spent 4 hours on this first mission. Then back to the open world for 10 minutes to get to the next story mission. Then another 2-3 hours on that. Then everything gets shorter on average afterwards. The first half of the game has so many puzzles that you would think it was a puzzle game first before a FPS, but then the last half of the game has literally no puzzles so idk. It's a mess.

The game is "open world" in that there is a world that you can explore (kinda), but there isn't really anything to do other than collect weapon blueprints and kill robots. The "open world" only stands as a set piece to get from story mission to story mission. I spent maybe an hour total in the open world, and I was really trying to find interesting things to do. There was a point in which I wanted to travel to get an upgrade for a weapon only to find that the entire section of the map was cut off and had to progress through the story to open it up. There wasn't even any indication that I opened it up when I did. The combat cycle for the open world can just be ignored. There are sometimes just too many enemies in a given location. Like, you will scan the area and there's 30 things on your screen with lines connecting them and then they just keep adding more and more as you progress through the story.

There are lines of dialog that are just bad. Not even like "oh that could have been better". More like "I wish i didn't have to listen to that". You kinda get used to it though. Or maybe it just improved a bit over the course of the game

Unbelievably repetitive. Very little enemy variety. Only (one)? dead soldier model. You will spend hours collecting things to put into other things to open doors and then open some variation of three lock types on a door to again collect things to open another door and then talk to an unmoving dead body. Each time you fight some amount of the 6 or 7 enemy types. The game also tries to be funny with it by having the MC literally say something like "Wow, another lock on the door. Who would have seen that coming?", or "Yeah, of course I have to go collect more capsules. What else could it have possibly been?". As though that makes this type of game design excusable.

The first boss fight was ok. Like probably the best moment of the game. Then all other boss fights are boring
  • Great Music
  • Great Graphics and world design
  • Unbelievably repetitive
  • boring open world
  • bad pacing

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