Atomic Heart

Atomic Heart: Annihilation Instinct is The Game’s First Expansion

Atomic Heart was released earlier this year to some rather lukewarm reviews. While I thought the game wasn’t great, the ability to play it on Game Pass resulted in it being somewhat successful. Mundfish has now announced the first expansion for Atomic Heart called Annihilation Instinct and it is releasing in August.

The expansion takes place after the main Atomic Heart story and explores the post-game narrative. It says the story explores what happened to the dystopian world after the climax of Atomic Heart.

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Developer Mundfish has also updated Atomic Heart with a New Game+ mode. The studio says the mode features the “strongest enemies Amotic Heart has ever unleashed”. Enemies will also come with new resistance and attack effects.

As for the Atomic Heart Annihilation Instinct expansion, it will release with the Premium and Gold edition of the game. So if you purchased those versions, you get it at launch on 2 August. Now I wonder if we’ll ever get that missing raytracing mode added to the game.

The official description and trailer are below:

“Prepare to embark on a journey through the new mind-bending Mendeleev Complex and its surrounding swamps and discover the truth about NORA as Major P-3 is pulled back into Facility 3826. Survive vicious, shape-shifting new enemies and take them down using two cunning new weapons – ranged one the Secateur and melee one the Klusha – as well as your glove’s new Techno-Stasis ability, allowing you to manipulate time itself. Meet a new enigmatic character, as well as returning ones in surprising circumstances and dive deep into the AI’s insanity to curb its Annihilation Instinct.”

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