Just two weeks after announcing Atomic Hearts release date, developers change their minds

Just a couple of months following asserting that it would be out ahead of the end of the year, it seems to be like the super-bizarre faux-Soviet ARPG Atomic Heart (opens in new tab) might be delayed.

I say “may possibly” simply because, honestly,  it can be not crystal clear what is likely on. On August 25, developer Mundfish dropped a new gameplay trailer (opens in new tab) and announced that Atomic Heart would be out someday in Q4 2022—that is, sometime involving Oct 1 and December 31. It wasn’t the most exact launch plan ever, but it was excellent more than enough to make it to Steam.

(Picture credit rating: Mundfish (via Steam))

But yesterday, Target Property Interactive (opens in new tab) introduced that it had signed a offer with Mundfish to publish Atomic Coronary heart, and that the launch date had been modified as a end result.

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