Insurgency: Sandstorm Announced – New First-Person Shooter Powered by Unreal Engine 4

New World Interactive and Focus Home Interactive announced today Insurgency: Sandstorm. Insurgency: Sandstorm will be a new first-person shooter powered by Unreal Engine 4. The game will be coming to the PC in 2017, and promises to feature a new story mode and Insurgency’s classic multiplayer and cooperative gameplay.

Jeremy Blum, founder and Game Director of New World Interactive, said:

“We are very excited about working with Focus on Insurgency: Sandstorm. We believe there’s a great opportunity for Insurgency on next-gen consoles and that aligning with a strong publisher will allow us to best leverage this. Considering our background, it was not easy finding a publisher we felt compatible with. We decided to work with Focus because they understand our game and they believe in our vision. In addition, they bring a wealth of knowledge when it comes to shipping console games and marketing to that audience.”

Cédric Lagarrigue, president of Focus Home Interactive, added:

“We are very proud to partner with American studio New World Interactive. Insurgency is one of the most praised and played First Person Shooters on PC. We are excited to support NWI in this new adventure, and we will do everything we can to make Insurgency: Sandstorm a hit on consoles and PC in 2017.”

It’s worth noting that according to New World Interactive and Focus Home Interactive, the franchise has sold more than 2.3 million copies on PC thus far.


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