Atomic Heart Pushed Out of 2022 into New 'Winter' Release Window

Atomic Heart Pushed Out of 2022 into New 'Winter' Release Window

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Richard Walker

Atomic Heart, the surreal and explosive first-person action RPG, has been pushed out of its 2022 launch window and moved into a tentative ‘winter’ slot, as developer Mundfish looks to polish and deliver “a game of the highest quality”. A specific release date for the game will be “announced shortly”, the developer confirmed.

Furthermore, Focus Entertainment has partnered with Mundfish to publish Atomic Heart outside of CIS regions and Asia, when it does eventually launch. "Five years ago, when we founded the studio, we set ourselves the goal of creating a world-class product that could be appreciated by millions of people all over the world,” said Mundfish CEO Robert Bagratuni.

“And now, when the stakes are as high as ever, we are finally ready to release the momentum we have been accumulating over these years," he added. "We couldn’t be happier to head to the release with such an experienced publisher, and we have no doubt that Focus Entertainment will make the upcoming game launch truly outstanding."

Atomic Heart will now be coming to Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One as a day one Xbox Game Pass title, alongside PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC sometime this winter. Early 2023, then, presumably.

Comments
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  • Well that’s a bummer but I’m not sure it’s even surprising anymore since the majority of games are getting delayed this year.
    Well, at least I have Callisto Protocol still to look forward to. For now…
  • Upset it's delayed / Stoked it's releasing on GamePass.
  • Well that fucking sucks, Sons of the Forest, STALKER 2 and now this; If Callisto Protocol gets delayed I guess I'm not getting any games this year beside Elden Ring.
  • And it still be broken when it’s released
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