Atomic Heart Hits Shelves February 21 2023

Written by Allen

December 17, 2022

Atomic Heart, a title we’ve heard of for a few years now, is finally ready to show itself in all of its soviet cyberpunk glory as it has given us a release date of February 21, 2023. Featuring promising graphics, unrelenting fire fights with armies of robots, and a  kick-ass  sound track to boot. You can check out the trailer below.


They’ve provided the following description below for what the game will be about:

“Atomic Heart is a first-person action-RPG set in an alternate post-WWII world. Enter a world of wonders and perfection in which humans and their AI creations live in harmony… or so it seems. Set the record straight on this deceitful utopia, exploring a twisted sci-fi world, blasting rogue robots, giant machines and even mutants. Adapt your fighting style to each opponent, use your environment and upgrade your equipment to have the upper hand in a visceral, spectacular and unforgiving combat experience. If you want to uncover the truth, you’ll have to pay in blood.”

If you think terminating tin can terrors is your thing, you can already preorder this on Steam. And with it you’ll get a few bonuses like the Labour & Science Weapon Skin Pack. And to save you the trouble, here’s the price of the game per region in tabulated format:

PC VERSION PRICING

COUNTRY CURRENCY STANDARD ED GOLD ED PREMIUM ED
Indonesia IDR 509,000 719,000 859,000
Malaysia MYR 189 269 299
Philippines PHP 1,995 2,895 3,390
Singapore SGD 69.9 99.9 119.9
Thailand THB 1,390 2,090 2,390
Vietnam VND 750,000 1,150,000 1,300,000
China CNY 239 339 399
Hong Kong HKD 388 548 659
Taiwan TWD 1,590 2,290 2,690
Japan JPY 8,800 13,800 15,800
South Korea KEW 69,800 100,800 119,800

 

Meanwhile, on the PlayStation® Store in Asia (except for Japan and South Korea), players can add the game to their wishlist now and pre-order starting January 2023. They will also receive the Labour & Science Weapon Skin Pack as a Pre-order bonus. The pre-order and release dates in Japan and South Korea on PlayStation® consoles will be announced later.


On digital platforms, three editions are available for pre-orders (and prices):
– Standard Edition (USD $69.99), consisting of the base game
– Gold Edition (USD $99.99), consisting of the base game and the Atomic Pass
– Premium Edition (USD $109.99), consisting of the Gold Edition, an exclusive digital artbook and premium weapon skins.


The Atomic Pass takes the Atomic Heart experience further with four DLCs (downloadable contents), opening up access to new areas and labs as well as new weapons, new enemies,
bosses and more!

These are the PlayStation®4 and PlayStation®5 retail package prices in local Asian currencies:

RETAIL VERSION PRICING

COUNTRY CURRENCY STANDARD ED LIMITED ED
Indonesia IDR 990,000 1,690,000
Malaysia MYR 319 489
Philippines PHP 3,950 6,150
Singapore SGD 99 149
Thailand THB 2,480 3,850
Hong Kong HKD 548 858
Taiwan TWD 1,990 2,990

Standard edition will carry the base game and the Labour & Science Weapon Skin Pack. Where Limited Edition will also include the Atomic Pass, a steelbook case, a printed artbook,  a set of stickers of the robots in the game and a specially designed outer box.

Pre orders for retailers will open up this December 19, 2022.

For more information, check out atomicheart.asia

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