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And this one is gameplay-driven. If you're not all over this surprise packet, let's do some name-dropping: BioShock, Metro, Fallout, Half-Life... I mean, do we really need to go on. More importantly to the aforementioned list is, despite the references, Atomic Heart is very quickly becoming its own affair, and after this video, we couldn't be more excited for it.

Here's the quickest of quick rundowns despite the game having been in development for a very, very, very long time:
Atomic Heart is an adventure first-person shooter, events of which unfolds in an alternate universe during the high noon of the Soviet Union.
We can't tell you much more than that because the studio has been tight-lipped, however, after this video we now know the game is coming to both PS5 and Xbox Series X, as well as PC (that latter platform, it should be mentioned, is clearly lead and these guys have been working closely with NVIDIA for high-end ray-tracing and other effects).

Watch the new video embedded below.

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