Does Atomic Heart have a FOV slider? If you have been plugged into the discussion about the game since the reviews were published you may have heard that the game doesn’t have a FOV Slider. But, is this the case on both consoles and PC?
In this guide, we will go over everything you need to know if the option is in the game and if you can tweak just how much you can see. While asking to see Jensen Ackles in Atomic Heart, who stared in a recent trailer for the game might be a bit too much, you can at least want to see more of the world while you play.
Does Atomic Heart have a FOV slider?
Atomic Heart does on PC. There isn’t one on consoles, however.
An FOV slider wasn’t originally in the game at launch, but as confirmed by Mundfish arrived in a post-launch patch alongside a number of other issues fixing the game, which we highlighted in our Atomic Heart review.
That covers if Atomic Heart has a FOV Slider. For even more general tips about the game, check out our guide on the Atomic Heart length to see how long you will need to play with the tight field of view. Our Atomic Heart voice actors and cast list also goes over some of the people behind the characters in the game and our Atomic Heart walkthrough has tons of tips and guides to help you out.
Developer Mundfish has come under increasing scrutiny in recent weeks after it was alleged that the Russian government stands to gain financially from the release of Atomic Heart. This is due to the fact that investors involved in the financing of Mundfish include GEM Capital, an investment fund whose founder has ties to Gazprom and VTB Bank, both of which are majority-owned by the Russian state.
Mundfish is also partnering with VK (formerly Mail.RU) for the Russian release of Atomic Heart, evading sanctions on Steam – VK is also majority-owned by the Russian state through Gazprombank, and Mundfish’s CEO is a former Creative Director at Mail.RU.
With Russia’s ongoing invasion of Ukraine, many players are now choosing to boycott the game in protest and donate money to organisations like The Ukraine Crisis Appeal, International Rescue Committee, and the British Red Cross.