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New World Interactive has a lot to be thankful for in 2019. Its multiplayer game, Insurgency: Sandstorm, has had over 1 million players jump into the fray since releasing late last year. And while New World plans to keep supporting it for a long time to come, it’s also in the middle of a major company-wide transformation.
is the latest in a line of military first-person shooters from New World. Set in a fictional conflict in the Middle East, Sandstorm lets players fight for either the government-led Security forces or the Insurgents across a variety of different modes. Its minimal HUD, realistic gunplay, and focus on