Atomic Heart Update released and here are its full patch notes

Mundfish has released a brand new update for its latest first-person shooter, Atomic Heart. According to the release notes, patch fixes some rare issues with saves of the game, and packs a number of improvements.

Going into more details, this new update improves dialogues and overall game stability. Moreover, it improves view when aiming with a modified FOV setting (hands no longer cover the scope). And… well… that’s it.

For those wondering, there is still no ETA on when – and if – Mundfish will add Ray Tracing to the game.

As always, Steam will download this update the next time you launch its client. Below you can also find its complete changelog.

Atomic Heart Patch Release Notes

  • Improved dialogues (adjusted length, place/time of activation, overall number)
  • Improved view when aiming with a modified FOV setting (hands no longer cover the scope)
  • Fixed some rare issues with saves of the game
  • Improved game stability

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