The dynamic shooter Atomic Heart was released on PC and consoles at the beginning of this year, but the project does not leave the information space due to the incredible activity of the game’s creators. After announcement books with backstory, developers from the Mundfish studio announced the imminent release of the second part of the game’s soundtrack. The new release will contain tracks that were written by Mick Gordon himself – the composer of Doom Eternal, Wolfenstein II and Prey.
According to Mundfish, the second edition of the Atomic Heart soundtrack will include a whopping 32 tracks. Among the tracks announced are A Fridge Called Nora, Inside Nora and Arlekino (feat. Alex Terrible). The main composers of the edition will be Mick Gordon Jeffrey Day and Bugrov, who worked together on the musical accompaniment of Atomic Heart.
The release of the new soundtrack should take place this Friday – June 2. It is expected that it will be available on all popular music platforms, including domestic portals.
Atomic Heart is available to play on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X. Already this summer, the first story expansion will be released for the action game, which will will return the game has some cut abilities of the protagonist.