Boycott Atomic Heart: Ukrainian authorities do not even want to hear about the game and will take action on the matter – Atomic Heart

Since yesterday it is available for sale Atomic Heartthe first great title developed by mundfish, a studio based in Russia. This detail has caused that before the launch on PC and consoles, the team receives criticism for not sufficiently condemning the war in Ukraineand after the arrival of the title on PC and consoles there are certain consumers who do not want to know anything about it for this reason.

However, we did not expect that the thing would escalate to official authorities. According to information from and the translation of gagadget, Ukraine’s minister of digital transformation wants to ban it. In fact, Oleksandr Bornyakov intends to send an official letter to Sony, Microsoft and Valve to do so, hiding behind the theory that they have used the game to gather user data and provide information to the Russian government.

“We invite you to limit the distribution of this game in other countries due to its toxicity, the potential theft of user information and the possibility of it being transferred to third parties in Russia, as well as the potential use of the money raised by the game for the war against Ukraine.

We ask users to ignore the game, and we also want to make it clear to the Western audience that the game developers did not make a statement condemning the Putin regime and the bloody war that Russia waged against Ukraine.”


A spectacular retro-futuristic world

In order to know how our experience with Mundfish’s debut title has been, we remind you that you have available in 3DJuegos to read the atomic heart analysis carried out by our colleague Alberto Pastor, who summarizes his violent journey through this dystopian future as follows:

“Atomic Heart is one of the games I have been looking forward to the most in a very long time and after all these years dreaming about it, imagining myself exploring its twisted retro-futuristic world, I can tell you that I have enjoyed it immensely. It is not a perfect action adventure; It has details and game mechanics that could be greatly improved, and yet it’s hard for me not to recommend the game because it’s extremely fun. It has an amazing level design and stagingAnd for that alone, the tough challenge of escaping the killer robots alive is worth it.”