How To Skip the Atomic Heart Intro Videos on PC

Ali Hashmi
Ali Hashmi
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Atomic Heart

Mundfish’s first-person shooter, Atomic Heart, is out now on PC through Steam and Game Pass. Despite a string of disappointing PC ports, Atomic Heart actually runs pretty well. Provided you have the hardware, it barely stutters. Though it does take a bit to boot up, and if you want to skip the Atomic Heart Intro Videos, here is how you can do that.

Skip the Atomic Heart Intro Videos

There are a few unskippable, unnecessarily long intro videos when you boot up Atomic Heart. To save some time, and skip them, follow the steps below.

First, access Atomic Heart’s installation folder through Steam or Xbox app.


  • Open Steam and then your library
  • Here, right-click on Atomic Heart
  • Click Manage
  • Then select Browse local files

Xbox App for PC

  • Launch the Xbox App
  • On the left, under INSTALLED, click on Atomic Heart
Atomic Heart under Installed in Game Pass App
Atomic Heart under Installed
  • Click on the button with three dots
  • Select Manage
Installed > Atomic Heart > Three Dots > Manage
  • Select the FILES tab, and click on BROWSE

This will take you to where Atomic Heart is installed. After that, navigate to the following folders.

  • Here, delete all the “Launch” videos (For example: Launch_FHD_60FPS_PC_Steam.mp4)

That’s all you need to do, and the next time you launch Atomic Heart, it will boot up much more quickly.

The only thing to keep in mind is that if the game updates or you choose to verify the game files, the videos will be restored. You’ll have to follow these steps again, which only takes a minute or so.

If you’re running into any crashing issues, make sure to check out my guide for that as well.

We hope this guide helped and let you skip the Atomic Heart intro videos. Let us know if you have any questions in the comments below.

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