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22 November, 2023

The authors of Atomic Heart revealed the release window of the second DLC and showed the beauty of Limbo

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Mundfush Studio has unveiled a new teaser of the second add-on for Atomic Heart, where it revealed the release window of the long-awaited DLC. It will be released this winter.


If in the first teaser attention was paid to geese, now the developers have decided to show the beauty of the surreal world of Limbo. It looks like the player will have to jump on floating islands of sweets and overcome various obstacle courses.

Here 's how the audience reacted to the video:

This is what dreams look like at a temperature of + 40.

Only one game in the world can balance so well between serious topics and entertaining action.

I can endlessly revise because of "oh, how good!".

DLC will be released this winter. Atomic Heart is available on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|Series.




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