From the futuristic world to the labyrinthine chaos, Atomic Heart’s 4K gameplay trailer has a lot to offer.
The 4K gameplay trailer of the upcoming FPS action role-playing game – Atomic Heart has been revealed. The video introduces many different locations and scenarios in over 1 minute, giving viewers a general overview of what will happen. But more importantly, it shows the possibilities of RTX technology in the world of Atomic Heart. The game will come from publishers Focus Entertainment, 4Divinity and Mundfish, the latter of which is also the team that developed the game.
Atomic Heart tells the story of Agent P-3, or Major Nechaev, a reinforcement special operations officer as he attempts to uncover the secrets of Facility 3826 in an alternate 1950s Soviet Union where Robots are part of everyday life. Professor Sechenov created robots and how to control them through “Thought”, an artificial connection between humans and robots, in order to establish a utopia for humans. But if Bioshock and similar games have taught players anything, it’s that you can’t believe a utopia.
Due to the many different scenes, the trailer perfectly shows the performance of the new GeForce RTX. The technology is still new, and it allows in-game models to behave much more realistically with properties like how light interacts with them. The trailer begins with an image of a canal, which immediately shows what RTX is capable of when it comes to showing how the treated water compares to the real thing. Another example is the scene that is most likely part of Facility 3826 in Atomic Heart, with a red object sprouting from the floor. If viewers look at the bricks in the floor or how strange substances interact with light, that’s what makes RTX valuable.
What viewers see in this reveal is a technology that is still in its infancy, but it has important implications for the future of the gaming industry when it comes to creating an incredibly realistic world. It can be seen through the way water droplets drift on the windshield of the P-3 car or the way every small light source is reflected on the marble floor. They may seem like small details that can be easily overlooked at first glance, but it makes the world of Atomic Heart more realistic.
Looking at the comments, there seems to be a lot of excitement, with some players hoping the game will be as appealing as the beauty the title has to offer. There were also those who expressed doubts about whether the game would run smoothly when using RTX, worried that it would cause the frame rate to drop. Either way, Atomic Heart is raising the bar for graphics as every frame is brilliant, showcasing a variety of graphics technologies that promise a beautiful experience. But whether the game really meets today’s rather high expectations remains to be seen when the game comes out.
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