Focus Entertainment and New World Interactive are preparing to put boots on the ground with the latest cinematic trailer for the upcoming release of Insurgency: Sandstorm for consoles.
As we near next week’s release for Insurgency: Sandstorm on September 29th, 2021, Focus Entertainment and New World Interactive are preparing fans for what’s in store with the upcoming release. The newest trailer amps up the high amounts of anticipation for the all-new console version, giving fans a look at the hard-hitting modern warfare FPS title.
The title will drag fans into one of the most cutting-edge titles where highly realistic audio designs give off an intense feeling of urgency as squads push into enemy territory. Due to how realistic the sound design is, close-quarters combat is intense, adrenaline-inducing combat scenarios, and a distinct feeling of realism where aim, recoil, and knowledge of how weapons work come into play.
Players will choose their faction, customize their character’s specializations, loadouts, and plenty more between each and every match. Players can take their tactical experiences between both co-op and PvP scenarios.
However, that’s not all. Those who jump into the game will find that Insurgency: Sandstorm will feature a few differences between current-gen and next-gen consoles. The game will feature 4K resolutions and 60 FPS in 2022 for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S features while also seeing further enhancements when the next-gen version launches.
Those who jump in on September 29th, 2021, will still get to experience the title as they would hope to do so on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles on. Those who do jump in and pre-order the title can pick up either the Deluxe Edition or Gold Editions of the game.
Both the Deluxe and Gold Editions of the game will feature the Warlord Gear Set and Peacemaker Gear Sets as part of their pre-order bonuses. The Deluxe Edition of the Insurgency: Sandstorm will obtain the Year 1 Pass while the Gold Edition will feature both Year 1 and Year 2 with each season containing 16 cosmetic sets and their own distinct rewards.
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