To ensure that players can achieve 60 frames per second in 4K, Mundfish provides a list of PC specs for Atomic Heart.
The development team behind the highly anticipated first-person shooter Atomic Heart, Mundfish, has released a comprehensive list of system requirements for playing the game at various settings, including the 4K/60 FPS.
Go full settings with this game
Since Atomic Heart has been in Nvidia’s RTX-ready demos, it should be no surprise that it requires powerful hardware to function well at high settings.
As Unreal Engine 4 powers Atomic Heart, it should be reasonably scalable over a wide range of hardware.
Moreover, the developer’s most recent hardware requirement statement and a new interview delve into the finer points of Mundfish’s preferred game engine and support this much.
The studio’s revised system requirements summary suggests that most PC players should be able to run the game just fine, despite the developer’s strange assertions that DLSS will compensate for Denuvo in Atomic Heart.
A consistent 60 FPS can be achieved in Atomic Heart with all settings at maximum on either an Nvidia RTX 3080 or an AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT.
It’s worth noting that the chart doesn’t explicitly state this, but it’s safe to assume that it includes the game’s multiple raytracing settings.
Atomic Heart PC Specs
You can learn more in detail about the game’s system requirements below:
Also, if you’re skeptical of the recommended system specs, you might want to see how Atomic Heart performs on Xbox Series S, as developer Mundfish has pledged a smooth 60 FPS at 1080P on that console.
The developers appear to have this figured out, as this is generally in line with the hardware table.
Atomic Heart’s pre-load is live, allowing gamers plenty of time to get everything ready for the game’s full release on February 21, among other February game releases coming fast.