Trapped In Limbo promises an explosive adventure for Atomic Heart players. It's available for purchase now for $9.99, or for free as part of the Atomic Pass, or for anyone who owns the Gold and Premium editions of Atomic Heart. If you wanted to grab Atomic Heart or the Atomic Pass by the way, they currently have a 30-50% discount on Steam, depending on the edition.

Trapped In Limbo takes players back to the colorful world of Limbo, where bizarre gameplay and enemies await them. Check out the launch trailer for the DLC below to see more:

Trapped In Limbo takes place immediately after the close of the main game, exploring a separate ending from the first DLC "Annihilation Instinct". Dive into fan-favorite challenges with a unique Limbo twist, take on dizzying obstacles, and find secrets related to P-3's past in this crazy world.

Collect apples to unlock new skills or weapons (because of course you do), try to survive this world of inverted logic, and free P-3 from his inner demons. Gold coins are also scattered throughout the game, allowing you to unlock up to 7 unique skins for use in the main game's campaign.

Not only that, Atomic Heart OST Vol. 4 is out now, and available for free to all owners of Atomic Heart.

Atomic Heart is available on Steam for $29.99 right now, that's a 50% discount! The Trapped In Limbo DLC is available for $9.99, or included in the Atomic Pass, which is $27.99 with a 30% discount right now.

Atomic Heart has full controller support and is graded as "Verified" according to the Steam Deck Compatibility Rating. So it should run just fine on your Deck.

Are you excited about this zany new expansion to Atomic Heart? Let us know in the comments below!

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Oliver Stogden
Oliver began playing video games at an early age, starting with the SNES console and Commodore Amiga computer. Nowadays, his interest is in the future of portable technology, such as handheld gaming systems, portable power stations/banks, and portable monitors. And seeing just how far we can push these devices.
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