Insurgency: Sandstorm doesn't seem to be having too much luck as far as getting a PlayStation 4 port out the door goes. This tactical first-person shooter initially launched on PC way back in 2018 and developer New World Interactive had been planning on bringing it to consoles in just a couple of weeks, but that is no longer the case. Following the purchase of the developer by Embracer Group earlier today, Insurgency: Sandstorm is now slated to launch in the first half of 2021.
There hasn't been any word on a PlayStation 5 version, but the team will now receive help from Saber Interactive at it attempts to wrap up development. New World Interactive CEO, Keith Warner, said: "As part of Embracer Group and Saber Interactive, NWI will have access to publishing, marketing and other development resources to help grow and scale quickly. This will among other things improve development quality and add new platforms – we’re simply delighted to join." Let's hope this leads to a quality product further down the line -- it'll be playable on PS5 via backwards compatibility at the very least.