Every weapon in Atomic Heart: All guns & melee weapons confirmed so far

Nathan Warby
Atomic Heart player using Shotgun

Atomic Heart puts a varied arsenal of flashy guns and brutal melee weapons at players’ disposal, perfect for dismantling robotic foes. Here’s a list of every weapon confirmed in Atomic Heart so far.

Atomic Heart goes to great lengths to immerse players in its twisted sci-fi universe, from the vast open world full of dangerous enemies to its lengthy story packed with shocking revelations.

But one of the most vital elements of Mundfish’s game is the bizarre array of equipment that can be used to tear through waves of murderous machines, from more conventional Assault Rifles to devastating melee weapons.

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Here’s a breakdown of every confirmed Atomic Heart weapon so far.

All Atomic Heart weapons

It’s easy to get overwhelmed by Atomic Heart’s fast-moving enemies, and in these situations, it’s best to use one of the powerful guns to control the crowd and level the playing field. Luckily, there are a number of FPS staples to help you deal big damage:

AK

The AK is one of the most traditional weapons in Atomic Heart.

Kicking things off is the classic AK-47, a reliable Assault Rifle with great range and a solid magazine capacity. This tried-and-tested AR will be more than familiar to any long-time Call of Duty players, and it’s an essential part of your arsenal in Atomic Heart.

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Railgun

Railgun in Atomic Heart

One of the more experimental Atomic Heart weapons is the Railgun, capable of turning enemies to scrap with a powerful electromagnetic blast. The Railgun doesn’t rely on firing projectiles, so it can be powered up and fired again without the need to scavenge extra ammo.

While there have only been two main guns officially revealed by Mundfish, there are plenty of other guns listed on the Atomic Heart website that will be in the game at launch. We’ve listed these below:

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  • Shotgun KS23
  • Fat Boy
  • Kuzmitch
  • Krypish
  • PM
  • MP
  • Dominator
  • Snowball
  • Electro

All Atomic Heart melee weapons

Ammo is fairly scarce in Atomic Heart, meaning that you’ll often have to get up close and personal using melee weapons to deal with small groups of enemies. Not only do they dish a satisfying amount of pain, but they also earn energy to recharge certain weapons.

Here are all of the melee weapons revealed so far:

Swede

Swede may be simple, but it sure is effective.

A giant metal axe named after Swedish firefighter, Olaf Solveig, this will be one of your go-to melee options in Atomic Heart. While it’s not as flashy as some of the other options, Swede can rip through an enemy’s armor in no time.

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Pashet

Atomic Heart character holding Pashet

On the even more brutal end of the spectrum is Pashet, one of the most fearsome weapons in all of Atomic Heart. This useful staff is equipped with two sharp blades to cope at close-range, which can then be detached and sent whirring into enemies all around you.

Again, there are still plenty of Atomic Heart melee weapons that are yet to be properly revealed but have been named by the developers. Check them out below:

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  • Fox
  • Hammer
  • Zvezdochka

That was every Atomic Heart weapon we know about so far. We’ll be sure to update this page with new guns and descriptions once they are announced.


In the meantime, be sure to check out our other Atomic Heart guides:

Atomic Heart PC requirements | Is Atomic Heart on Xbox Game Pass? | Does Atomic Heart have multiplayer? | Will Atomic Heart have microtransactions? | Every Atomic Heart edition

Image credit: Mundfish

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About The Author

Nathan is a Senior Writer for CharlieIntel and Dexerto, primarily covering FIFA and Call of Duty, as well as general gaming news and guides. After leaving university with a degree in Sports Studies and a master's degree in Magazine Journalism, he took on a role as a local news reporter before moving into games media. You can contact Nathan by email at [email protected].