2023 has started off with something of a bang, with a number of major titles coming out one after the other, and Atomic Heart is soon going to join that list as well. Mundfish’s open world action RPG FPS has been on many radars for quite some time, and now, after a tumultuous development cycle and delays, it’s finally close to launch.
Ahead of its release, pre-loads for the game have also gone live on Xbox consoles. Players who plan on jumping in on the day of release can download the game right now so that they can access it as soon as it unlocks on launch day. It will require 78.66 GB of free storage space on Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One, so clearly it’s a beefy game, in terms of file size, if nothing else.
There’s no word yet on when pre-loads will become available on PC and PlayStation, but presumably, it won’t be too long from now.
Atomic Heart launches for Xbox Series X/S, PS5, Xbox One, PS4, and PC on February 21. It will target 4K and 60 FPS on current-gen consoles.
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