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With an expected release in the year, Atomic Heart is an upcoming title that promises a mix of fun-filled, blood-pumping thrills, giving you the chance to protect humankind from an outrageous pack of robots. Atomic Heart follows a narrative from an episode in ‘Black Mirror,’ a Soviet-era filled with helping robots, holograms, and the internet. However, the plot twists as the robots rebel and unravel an apocalyptic era. Your task is to find the source of the change while saving the world as Major Nechaev, a mentally unstable special troops agent.

To make it out alive, you’ll have to fight the ‘Hahahaha (mocking laugh)’ rebel army of robots, mutations, and lab experiments. And as if that’s not enough, the dead come back to eat your brains (zombies.) Lest you forget, there are multiple traps, teeth-clenching torture chambers, and molecular goo holding the elderly captives. Atomic Heart promises you an endless combat and Sci-Fi adventure that you will enjoy playing. But as we wait, let’s look at some of the best options to prepare you for the mega Atomic Heart. 


5. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is an adventurous game of mighty vs. man and man vs. man. The hate-filled action calls out for you to play as the Dragonborn to help end the terrible war. As a human with a dragon soul, you must choose the manly fight to join.

Additionally, you need to find the course for the reappearance of the fire-breathing dragon tearing havoc in the lands of Skyrim. The medieval setting of the story allows you to use magic and swords to fight these benevolent reptilian tortures.  

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is a good RPG to play while waiting for the new game of Atomic Heart. If you are a gamer who enjoys variety, then The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is your perfect choice. The game will allow you to transition from a primal setting to a futuristic,technical-filled thrill. 


4. Legends of Zelda: Breath of Wild

5 Games You Should Play Before Atomic Heart

If you love adventure and mystery, you’ll definitely enjoy playing Legends of Zelda: Breath of Wild. The game follows the outplay with mythical creatures, apocalyptic environs, and quenching battles. You play as Link, a hero planning to protect his quiet town against an incoming terror.

While the game allows you to loosen your grip with some hilarious moves like battling Link in an underwear, it still maintains the teeth-clenching battles like any other RPG. In the game, you’ll fight all types of creatures, big and small, in thrilling battles. 

The world is full of experience and adventure as you can move from one environment into a new one filled with unknown enemies and terrors. The game isn’t an exact replica of Atomic Heart. However, it lets you play an action-pack adventure filled with battles and strife like every other Role-playing game (RPGs). Similarly, it takes into the vast world of fantasy and combat, just like what we expect in Atomic Heart.      


3. Elden Ring


Another RPG like Atomic Heart is the breathtaking Elden Ring, a story inspired by mythological creatures in a dark world. The fictitious game includes the use of humans battling godly superpowers on thrilling battlefields. Elden Ring gives you the power of a demigod who owns the right to possess the pieces of the Elden Ring to become its Lord. 

However, you must fight mad supernatural creatures who’ve been conquered by the curse of the scattered Elden Ring. The game stimulates your excitement with never-ending tactful warfare. While preparing for our ultimate game, Atomic Heart, the Elden Ring is a sure adventure in its making. The lands, the combat, and not to mention the storyline are a worthwhile journey to tread.


2. Mass Effect Legend Edition

Following an era consisting of robots coexisting with humans in a science lab, enter into an unexplainable hunt in the Mass Effect Legend Edition. The research team finds a reaper who was once killed. However, the killer of the reaper is at large and feared to be causing extreme damage in the world. 

The action-filled fantasy takes us on a chaotic hunt to uncover the source and end it. The humans and human-like robots form a troop of future generational killers. In addition to the murders, an unknown creature called the leviathon takes control of the minds of the troupes. He then uses the mind-controlled bodies to wipe out the troop from within.

Mass Effect Legend Edition is by far the closest to Atomic Heart in terms of futuristic imaginations. Playing the former will anxiously set you into the path of imagination and sheer impatience towards the latter’s release. 


1. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

A CD Projekt Red release, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, is thrilling blood-seeking combat following the narrative of the Witcher. The Witcher is a mutant human with the super ability to hunt and kill monsters terrorizing the medieval community. However, the Witcher is an unwanted individual himself. The community sees him as a monster like the rest.

The game takes to a fantasy-filled action bliss as the Witcher tries to save humankind from zombies and other killer monsters. He also saves the community from curses befalling them. The sequel is an endless phenomenal swordsmanship escapade for gamers.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is an ultimate preparation for the Atomic Heart gaming experience. Both RPGs thrive in the machinery of killer freaks threatening normal human existence. At the same time, the tw games offer compelling visuals and a strong Sci-fi narrative to keep you glued to your gaming controls. In the meantime, let your imaginations run wild as you play any one of these games as you wait for Atomic Heart to drop. 


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Evans I. Karanja is a freelance writer who loves to write about anything technology. He is always on the lookout for interesting topics, and enjoys writing about video games, cryptocurrency and blockchain and more. When not writing, he can be found playing video games or watching F1.