Atomic Heart is one of the biggest Xbox Game Pass launches happening in the first few months of 2023, with developer Mundfish's crazy-looking shooter coming to the service on February 21st. Ahead of that launch, the team has spoken to outlet wccftech about all things Atomic Heart, including the game's laser focus on single player content.
When asked about DLC plans — including potential multiplayer add-ons — the team was pretty adamant that as of now, it has no plans for online play of any kind.
"The entire Atomic Heart experience will be single-player, focusing on the story and player experience. No multiplayer add-ons are planned at this time."
However, that doesn't mean DLC isn't planned at all - far from it. Mundfish has four single player add-ons mapped out, which will "significantly expand" different elements of the Atomic Heart experience.
"The DLCs are intended to greatly expand the player experience with new territories, quests, puzzles, enemies, as well as character and world stories."
"We plan to significantly expand both the open-world territories, as well as new complexes and labs - where the player will learn more about the Atomic Heart world and will need to complete new challenges."
Of course, these DLC packs will likely come at a premium and not as part of Xbox Game Pass, but still, if the base game is as fun as it looks so far we're very interested in seeing the team's comprehensive DLC plans comes to fruition.