Video Game Updates & Patch Notes

Atomic Heart Rolls Out Patch 1.10.0.0, Patch Notes and More

Atomic Heart, the action-packed title by Mundfish, has just released its Patch 1.10.0.0, available now on Steam and consoles. For Microsoft Store users, the update is set to roll out within the week.

The Annihilation Instinct DLC gets a balance overhaul with Patch 1.10.0.0, addressing issues in the Local Malfunction and Armageddon difficulty settings. Without further ado, you can find the patch notes below:

Atomic Heart Patch 1.10.0.0 Notes

Main Changes

  • Rebalanced Local Malfunction and Armageddon difficulties in the Annihilation Instinct DLC

PlayStation 4 & 5 Updates

  • Fixed an issue with the functionality of elemental weapon cartridges (main game)

All-Platform Fixes

  • Fixed issues with music tracks overlapping during gameplay (Annihilation Instinct DLC)
  • Added localization fixes for various languages (Annihilation Instinct DLC)
  • Fixed a rare issue whereby it was possible to be locked out in tight areas during some encounters due to there being a large number of enemies (Annihilation Instinct DLC)
  • Fixed some rare crashes

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