Atomic Heart is out very soon, and the game’s trailers have showed us two robotic ballerinas. They've caused plenty of fan debate, wondering what purpose they'll serve. Today we will tell you about the Atomic Heart ballerinas.
The game features two mechanical twins and they seem to be quite interesting. They've unofficially become the game’s poster girls - or maybe poster robots - so we will tell you everything we know so far about them.
If you are looking for more information about this game, feel free to check our list of all Atomic Heart robots confirmed so far. Also, we have an article on Atomic Heart Game Pass release date.
Who are the mechanical Ballerina Twins in Atomic Heart?
Atomic Heart is a game where you can face lots of Soviet-style robots. Of course, the Soviet Union was known for its ballerinas. So, the game has an interesting couple of robots who look like traditional Soviet ballerinas.
The twins are advanced robots who look like human women. They are able to perform various dancing moves, and the head roboticist Dmitry Sechenov uses them as his bodyguards. There will be a boss fight with them
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Also, these two are able to connect with each other. One of these twins creates a spike and pierces the stomach of its partner. After that, they start to create keys that are used to activate a very special creature.
It seems that this is everything we know so far about these two ballerinas. However, more information will be revealed when people have a little more time with the game. Also, there are rumours that there will be a sex scene between the protagonist and one of these twins, although that's just speculation as it stands.
Who is Dmitry Sechenov in Atomic Heart?
Dmitry Sechenov is the head roboticist, who created the twins and uses them as his assistants. He takes a major role in the game’s plot, so it'll be really interesting to see what secrets he can reveal.
That's everything we know so far about the twins in Atomic Heart! For more on the game, make sure to read our guide to Atomic Heart's 6-hour cutscene. Good luck with your exploration of the world of Atomic Heart!