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Insurgency: Sandstorm Is Finally Launching Out On The Next-Gen Systems

Insurgency: Sandstorm Is Finally Launching Out On The Next-Gen Systems

Insurgency: Sandstorm

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It has taken a long time, but it looks like the true next-gen version of Insurgency: Sandstorm is finally out there. This was an update that New World Interactive has been trying to get fully out there for some time now. Today is the day and those who want to see how amazing Insurgency: Sandstorm is on the PS5 and Xbox Series X|S, natively, you can do just that. No more of the playing the upscaled versions of the PS4 and Xbox One versions for you. Unless, that is, you do not want to spend any more money on the game to see what new innovations and changes are out there as of right now.

Just as we have had with all of the other updates for games out there, this will offer up some new native 4K resolution for Insurgency: Sandstorm along with all of the framer rate options we normally want. Unless you are on the Xbox for some reason, this is only at 1080p instead. This version does come with all of the upgraded textures and other improvements that have been out there since the game first launched. Along with the other fun updates that the PS5 would be able to offer up for Insurgency: Sandstorm. Like the haptic feedback and other adaptive activities that the controllers can give us. Not to mention all of the DLC that has launched out there too. Get ready to dive in and see the latest and greatest version of the game now.

Insurgency: Sandstorm — Next-Gen Launch Trailer

Insurgency: Sandstorm is now in 4K 60FPS on PS5 & Xbox Series, Delivering Unparalleled Immersion and Visual Fidelity.

Today marks a new step for Insurgency: Sandstorm, as the critically acclaimed tactical shooter is now available natively on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S. The Gen 9 version boasts a range of enhancements, promising an immersive and visually stunning experience for players on the latest gaming consoles.

Ready for Action on PS5 and Xbox Series X|S.

Insurgency: Sandstorm is now fully optimized for next-gen consoles, taking advantage of the powerful hardware of the PS5 and Xbox Series X|S. Players can enjoy the game like never before with improved resolution, performance, and features.

Experience Insurgency: Sandstorm in native 4K at 60 frames per second (1080p on Xbox Series S), pushing the boundaries of visual fidelity on both PS5 and Xbox Series X. Gen 9 consoles automatically enable the HD texture pack, delivering enhanced textures for a heightened gaming experience. Players will also enjoy significantly shorter loading times, thanks to the Gen 9 consoles’ SSDs – a feature also shared by PS4 owners with SSD installations. Immerse yourself further in the game with haptic feedback and adaptive activities exclusively available on the PS5.

Additionally, cross-gen is available allowing matches between Gen 8 and Gen 9 players. Owners of the game switching from Gen 8 to Gen 9 will receive the native version for free and keep all their previously purchased DLCs.

I am glad to see that Insurgency: Sandstorm is finally getting the next-gen update out there, but it does feel like it took a little too long. At least for those who may have played the game years ago and have let the game fall off their radar since then. It has been about three years and I have a feeling those who wanted to play the game have already experienced it all and the next-gen update feels like it should have been dropped for the team to focus on a new title. That is just me, though. I am sure that this is going to be amazing news for those who have just been waiting for Insurgency: Sandstorm this whole time. Let us just be glad that we have it all as an option for now.

Have you been waiting to get the next-gen update for Insurgency: Sandstorm or have you just enjoyed what we have had thus far? Do you think this will change up how the game feels or will it just be the same with a couple of other bells? Should they have just gone with a new title instead of this or is this just a way to keep them floating while they work on something new? Head into the comments to discuss it all and everything else out there. If there is more to share for Insurgency: Sandstorm, we will share it all here for you to enjoy. I do not think that will be the case, but this is a brave new world we are in, so who knows?

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