Atomic Heart developer creates an official subreddit, shares concept art

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The alternate history Soviet Union first person shooter (FPS) Atomic Heart has a new place for discussion and sharing on Reddit thanks to its developer Mundfish.

Recently the subreddit /r/AtomicHeartOfficial was created by the dev to act as, by way of that name, the official subreddit for the upcoming title that impressed so many with its initial trailer.

To kick things off the dev, who uses the /u/Kintarala account, shared a trio of new screenshots you can see on this page. The first image is a rather spiffy looking hallway, and the other two seem to be of some kind of indoor farm or lab.

Also shared by /u/Kintarala are two other posts: “Preparing” and “«Notes of the Unknown»“.

The former is yet another piece of concept art (the second last image in the gallery below) but is also marked as a Q&A for Mundfish to answer later. The former «Notes of the Unknown» post comes with the last piece of concept art of a wooded area as well as some lore.

The lore dump talks of a social rating system implemented in 1929, as well as some other smaller titbits about concepts like social thinking. It’s all a bit SCP Foundation in the way it’s written.

While it’s nice that Mundfish is taking the time to post on Reddit, we’re not entirely sure why they needed to create a new subreddit. The unofficial /r/atomicheart has existed for around a year now and when that happens its usually customary for the developers to simply post on the community-created subreddit instead.

Regardless, with more information about this game coming out so slowly, any new avenue to learn about it is appreciated.

Atomic Heart is coming to PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in the fourth quarter of this year.

Clinton Matos

Clinton Matos

Clinton has been a programmer, engineering student, project manager, asset controller and even a farrier. Now he handles the maker side of


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