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Atomic Heart Composer Mark Gordon Is Donating His Fee From The Game To Red Cross For Ukraine Crisis Appeal

Mark Gordon, the composer for Mundfish‘s upcoming Atomic Heart, has revealed that he is donating his fee from the game to the Red Cross’ for Ukraine Crisis Appeal.

You can read his post on Twitter below:

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In April 2020, Gordon revealed that he is unlikely to return for the next instalment in the DOOM franchise, as it appears that he wasn’t happy with his treatment in regards to his work on the DOOM Eternal soundtrack, specifically the fact he wasn’t given full control over the mixing process.

Atomic Heart takes place in an alternate version of the 1950s, where the Soviet Union has made massive strides in scientific research, resulting in robots and other advanced technologies reigning supreme. However, secret experiments have spawned terrifying monstrosities, robots rebel against their creators, and giant machines patrol the wastelands.

Players control Agent Major P-3, who is tasked with a secret mission that sends them on a collision course with military dungeons and labs packed with puzzles, traps, and other dangers. You’ll have the combined powers of your combat glove and heavy weapons of mass destruction to see you through as you uncover a gripping story filled complemented by an immersive dystopian atmosphere.

Atomic Heart is scheduled for release on February 21, 2023 for PS4, PS5, PC, Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One.