Atomic Heart is a cool game where you can explore various locations filled with nefarious robots. Also, there are other retrofuturistic mechanisms and vehicles, and one of them is the Hawk. This guide will tell you how to land the Hawk in Atomic Heart.
Hawks in Atomic Heart are special flying devices, and you will need to use one of them to get to a significant boss arena. So, let’s find a way to land this thing!
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How to land the Hawk in Atomic Heart
The HOG-7 Hedgie is one of the toughest bosses in this game, and if you want to get to it, you need to use the Hawk. This flying apparatus is not designed for piloting, but still you can fly on it. If you want to do it, you need to land this thing.
Landing the Hawk is quite a hard task as you need to find its control panel. Here is the list of steps you need to follow for this:
- Search for the boat station.
- Approach a small cabin at the end of the pier. The cabin’s door will be closed and you need to find a way to open it.
- Go to the closest control tower (it is located to the right of the cabin).
- Use the elevator to get inside the tower.
- Use the tower’s control panel.
- Choose the boat station camera and take control of it.
- Aim at the cabin’s door.
- Open the door.
- Go back to the cabin and enter it.
- Use the control panel inside this cabin to call the Hawk.
- Approach the Hawk and grab it.
As you can see, this task is not that difficult. You just need to interact with the right control panels. After that, you will be able to use one of the Hawk’s cables to slide down to the boss arena. Good luck with your further fight against HOG-7 Hedgie!
If you are looking for more information about this game, make sure to check our guide on how to save in Atomic Heart. We've also got a look at whether Atomic Heart has a 6-hour cutscene.