Atomic Coronary heart, the first-person-shooter set in an alternate Fifties Soviet Union, obtained a brand new fight trailer at Gamescom to point out you what you’ll be in for.

The most recent trailer for Atomic Coronary heart reveals off some gameplay that appears just a little bit Fallout, just a little bit Dishonored, and just a little bit BioShock, combining to type one thing that looks as if you’ll have a variety of choices, a minimum of on the subject of taking pictures at and destroying varied sorts of robots.

Gameplay, like many video games earlier than it, predominantly consists of taking pictures at issues with various weapons at your disposal, although typically you get to swing a melee weapon and slice robots in half too.

Weapons appear to incorporate issues like pistols, machine weapons, and spears that may rework on the tip. You even have some powers accessible to make use of, which seem like they’ll be essentially the most enjoyable. One energy gave the impression to be some sort of protect, one other emitted a freezing mist, and one other nonetheless confirmed the participant utilizing telekinesis to carry up an entire bunch of enemies.

It looks as if you possibly can barely combine and match these powers too, as one part of the sport reveals you lifting up some enemies into the air, then freezing them, so that you’ll possible be capable of have a little bit of enjoyable with them.

The trailer is intercut with a bizarre, considerably sexual dance between two femme wanting robots, displaying one robotic turning their hair right into a unicorn horn and inserting it into the opposite’s abdomen. Undecided what which means, however hey ho, that’s video video games!

Elsewhere at Gamescom, Lifeless Island 2 was introduced again from the, properly, , after a shocking eight years of silence, and it now has an precise launch date. We even obtained to see some gameplay, so on the very least it does look like an actual, playable recreation.