The first-person shooter video game set in a futuristic, robotic Soviet Union Atomic Heart It has debuted this week directly on Game Pass with a mixed reception in which some problems are blamed on it. In that sense, we have now known that Mundfish is already working on the most requested feature for Atomic Heart: being able to modify the FOV. In case you don’t know the term, the FOV or Field of Vision (field of vision in Spanish) refers precisely to the range of vision that we have from the first-person perspective of the video game from the Cypriot studio. Now they have referred to this particular issue in a tweet that you can see below.
“We are aware of the requests that include in-game FOV settings and are delighted to announce that the team is already working on it. It will be included in one of the closest updates, which we will tell you more about,” he said. explained Mundfish in this short but concise statement. In response to a user, those responsible for Atomic Heart have also confirmed that they are already working on a solution for the subtitle sizewhich are displayed with excessively small text that many users are suffering to be able to read accurately.
Far from being a minor issue, the FOV is causing a strange feeling of heaviness and slowness in some players, while others directly point out feeling dizzy when playing with a perspective so close to the character. Once this new feature is available in Atomic Heart, each user will be able to modify it to their liking so that the Mundfish game is the explosive and engaging experience that we all want.