- Atomic Heart has recently suffered a 5-hour gameplay leak, revealing details like the game’s lore, many gameplay elements, and cutscenes. The leak was live-streamed on YouTube 17 hours ago.
- The leak was very well-received by the community, as seen in the video’s comment. Many users were happy that the gameplay completely resembled the officially revealed footage in the trailers.
- However, the 5-hour video also had a few noticeable sequences of frame rate drops and stuttering, which could be fixed in a day-one patch.
- Atomic Heart is slated to release on February 21st on both the last and next-generation platforms and PC.
Atomic Heart is an upcoming post-apocalyptic entry that amalgamates some of the most enticing sub-genres to bring a brutal FPS experience. With its release date slating closer, the title has been suffering leaks and some official footage disclosing some of the captivating gameplay. Another major leak has just joined the party.
The title has recently suffered a 5-hour leak, which details the first hours of notable gameplay and story on the YouTube platform for everyone. A review channel posted the new footage, Garythelians boasting 1.52k subscribers 17 hours ago. The new leak provides an in-depth look into Atomic Heart’s gameplay from the start.
The first five hours of the game can be watched above in the new Atomic Heart leak, which will also wholly spoil the surprises and the lore. We suggest trekking through the video and the rest of the article with caution to avoid major spoilers.
The footage appears to begin from the start of the game. The first cutscene shows the protagonist’s entry into the thriving alternative Soviet Union, with couples enjoying the rides in boats and vehicles flying overhead. Regardless, that all soon turns into a desolate land haunted by killer robots and unexplained anomalies.
The game was seemingly live-streamed on the platform to an audience of 1.2k watchers. The large live stream has keenly explored Atomic Heart’s gameplay, lore, and cutscenes. The YouTuber also reviewed the game fairly, giving us a deep look to ensure the players know what they are buying before spending money on the new entry.
The viewers have reportedly enjoyed the new leak, as seen in the video’s comments. The commenters also noted how similar Atomic Heart looks, if not better, to the early-revealed footage, which goes against the popular notion in the community that the actual product would turn out to be a buggy mess upon release.
However, the stream also witnessed moments where the FPS would drop, and the game would stutter considerably, but it was not game-breaking at all. It is worth noting that a day-one patch may patch all the lingering minor issues. Moreover, it is also unclear what exact build the leaker has live-streamed on YouTube.
All in all, the current comments on the video are very positive, and the players are happy with the mesmerizing visuals and gameplay elements. Many users have shown great interest in the upcoming roleplaying action game, and we can expect Atomic Heart to perform well unless the performance issues escalate more for other users.
The video has not been DMCA struck down at the time of writing, but that may shift soon since the leaker has broken the review embargo.
The PC system specifications for the game were released a few weeks ago, giving us a better look at what is required to achieve a smooth experience. Moreover, the developers have already revealed that the game will churn out a “solid 60 FPS,” which will prove to be a buttery FPS venture for many gamers.
However, plans for a multiplayer mode have been shut down in the past, even for the post-release updates.
Mundfish’s Atomic Heart is slated to arrive on both the last and next-generation platforms on February 21st. It will release on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S, and Series X.
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