Atomic Heart Reviews pouring in hot, quite divisive so far

Today, with the embargo going down, players worldwide can finally witness the grades left by those who had access to Atomic Heart – Mundfish’s wild and controversial sci-fi game. Though it has its share of detractors, gamers have weighed in on their verdict. The result? While not a tour de force by any means, this oddball shooter is quite acceptable for what you get. So, go ahead and give it a try if you’re feeling adventurous.

With the launch of new consoles, gamers have been eagerly awaiting reviews to see where each platform stands. Though none broke into GOTY-level scores (90+), all are sitting comfortably in what could be considered ‘fine’ territory. Metacritic has given PS5, Xbox Series X, and PC an average rating of 75.

Since always, developers would like to see grades from 75 and above, which is precisely what Atomic Heart has been getting. However, other gaming outlets that have had the opportunity to delve into this explosive shooter have had different review grades, so let’s look at them below.

It’s no secret that the opinions given by some outlets have not been weighed the same. Sadly, we haven’t experienced it firsthand, but we’ll try it once it releases. Either way, the attention drawing players to this has been because of its faceless Soviet robots that have been all over trailers, and should you love these types of NPCs on your screen or weirdly demolish them, this might be your type of game.

In a mad and sublime utopian world, take part in explosive encounters. Adapt your fighting style to each opponent, use your environment, and upgrade your equipment to fulfill your mission. If you want to reach the truth, you’ll have to pay in blood.
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