Game news Uprising: Sandstorm – New World Interactive takes stock of the past year
Insurgency: Sandstorm has been monitored and valued, and 2020 has had a dynamic year, even if the studio, like everyone else, was shaped by the Covid 19 pandemic. In a new article published on Steam, New World Interactive takes stock of the past year.
More precisely, it is Tim Perreault, Production Manager, who takes stock. He indicates What The studio recruited a lot of peoplethat new sectors have been opened and that The question of support was asked directly
While it’s not obvious to players, there have been some significant technical changes behind the scenes. We have developed back-end tools and dashboards that we can use to manage Sandstorm (…). These range from tools our community team can use to control messaging in-game to additional tools for our QA team. We have also started building more automation in our pipeline, from testing to providing our matchmaking services for testing new versions.
Tim Perreault takes the opportunity to sum it all up and emphasizes this The new development approach worksthat internal and external communication has improved. However, he perceives Areas for improvement in planning, appreciate that Some content was published too quicklyand that we needed to be more vigilant about what was added to or removed from the game. Obviously it was not possible to create such a ticket without mentioning the year that has just started
We’re still working with Saber Interactive to bring the Sandstorm console. They brought a lot of experience in terms of development in general and portage in particular. We know people have been waiting for a long time, but we want to make sure that Sandstorm’s release becomes an experience that we are proud of and that you will enjoy. adds Perreault.
Finally, note that the minor update 1.9 for Operation: Coldblood will be available in a few months and that the card contest will end on January 28th.
By MalloDelic, Journalist igamesnews.com