Cyprus-based company’s video game up for BAFTA Games Award

A video game by Cyprus-based Mundfish has been included on the BAFTA ‘longlist’ for the 2024 BAFTA Games Awards.

Atomic Heart is one of 60 games on the longlist, as voted by BAFTA games members, representing what they consider to be the best games of the year. It has been included in the longlist's Debut Game category.

All 60 games will progress to the next round of voting for the 2024 BAFTA Games Awards. Nominations will be announced on 7 March with the BAFTA Games Awards themselves, taking place on 11 April. They are widely considered to be among the industry’s most prestigious awards that celebrate the best games of the year and the people who make them.

As noted in BAFTA’s list, Atomic Heart takes players to a utopian world in which humans live in harmony with their loyal and fervent robots. The game has the premise of the launch of the latest robot-control system being days away with only a tragic accident or a global conspiracy capable of disrupting it. Mundfish, meanwhile, describes Atomic Heart as being a story-oriented single-player FPS (first-person shooter) game, which takes place in an alternate reality.

Atomic Heart is available on PC, Playstation 5, Playstation 4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, BAFTA notes.

Founded by Artem Galeev, Robert Bagratuni, Evgenia Sedova, and Oleg Gorodishenin in 2017, Munfish now encompasses a team of 130 creatives from 10 countries including Poland, Armenia, UAE, Serbia, Ukraine, Austria, Georgia, Israel, and Cyprus. The company’s headquarters are in Nicosia.

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