Mundfish continues to work on Atomic Heart, an upcoming first-person shooter set in the alternate reality of the Soviet Union. The game still has no release date, but the Russian studio decided to shed more light on the development progress.

One of the Mundfish developers nicknamed zace shared the news on the game’s official Discord channel. Here are some details that he revealed about Atomic Heart:

  • “The game is ready, we have built together almost everything we wanted. The polishing is now in full swing, as we began to work on ports. We are trying, please don’t rush us,” zace wrote;
  • Mundfish will participate at E3 2021, saying that a new trailer will be premiered on June 13;
  • There is also a 323-page book about Atomic Heart, which serves as a prequel and tells a story about the US-Soviet Union relationship, the alternative aftermath of WWII, and other facts about the game’s lore.

In January, Mundfish secured investments from Tencent, Gaijin, and CEM Capital. It is believed that the studio could have raised over $10 million. Atomic Heart is expected to come out on PC, PS4, Xbox One, PS5, and Xbox Series X|S.

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