Check Out 15 Minutes of The Order 1886 Gameplay Footage, A True Showcase of PS4’s Power

Looks solid but I am still not sold on the gameplay.

Posted By | On 11th, Dec. 2014 Under News | Follow This Author @GamingBoltTweet


Earlier this week we had published an article showcasing 36 minutes of off-screen gameplay footage from The Order 1886. Today we bring you 15 minutes of direct feed gameplay footage which was demonstrated at the PlayStation Experience.

The gameplay footage gives us an in-depth look at the game’s graphics, which by the way look absolutely gorgeous along with a number of quick time events. The technology used here is definitely worthy of being called next gen but I am still not currently sold on the gameplay. It still looks very generic, like a bland version of Gears of War. However I will reserve my judgment when I get to play the final version next year.

The Order 1886 releases in February 2015 exclusively for the PlayStation 4 and is being developed by Ready At Dawn Studios. For more on the game check out our hub page here or the wiki here. What are your thoughts on this gameplay footage? Let us know in the comments section below.

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  • Psionicinversion

    If its so powerful why isn’t it 60fps???? Also not hard to make something look good when its incredibly linear

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    • Guest

      And only 800p to boot. Loving those forced black bars for the “cinematic experience” (read: lower rendering resoution otherwise the PS4 can’t handle it at 30fps)”

    • Psionicinversion

      Yeah same as evil within, them black borders aren’t the for the cinematic experience

    • Ryo Shenmue

      What you said doesn’t make any sense at all.

    • andy

      Then why do you love the Xbone with its The Evil Within running at 640p if that is the case??? AND at barely 28fps too hahahaha, you are so pathetic.

    • andy

      That B Roll footage was in fact released at 60fps. I know because I have the file here. B Roll footage is not allowed to be put up though, it can only be used in conjunction with a game preview video by a gaming journalist. That is why you won’t see this footage on Gamersyde in untouched form 🙁
      Don’t think the game runs at the FPS anyway though. Still looks absolutely stunning.

  • GHz

    Hmmmm…nice show. Its back on my radar then. I was hoping we can choose the female lead, but doesn’t look like it based on the nature of the story. Just another damsel in distress. SMH….Speaking of story, the snippet showed looks promising. I’m definitely more curious. Gameplay wise, those of us who’ve played Gears of War, are like been there done that, but I’m beginning to feel that story will be the main motivator to play this game & that ain’t too bad.

  • Starman

    Yet another fan-video mod… the game isn’t in 60fps , so why do this ..

    • andy

      Its not. The original source video up here http://www.scee-press.com/ actually is encoded at 60fps. However I don’t believe it actually targets that. They went with the logic that when it runs over 30fps you get to clearly see it in this footage, which is why they went with the 60fps encode.

    • Psionicinversion

      if you put it on youtube it at that speed it will automatically adjust it to upgrade it to 60fps i think even if its running at 30

  • jacksjus

    To think that this considered an early game is crazy. Imagine what the sequel would look like.

    • Psionicinversion

      not much different, i bet the delay was because they were struggling massively with getting it running at 30 fps and theyve pretty much top ended the ps4. there wont be much power left to tap after this so the next one isnt going to be a major leap in visuals

    • jacksjus

      Now you know that isn’t true. Seriously doubt a first time console developer even has the expertise to max out a console.

      Besides PS4 has yet to release SDK updates. So maybe next time they will hit 60 which I’d consider a major improvement.

    • Psionicinversion

      you do realise hitting 60 requires ALOT more power dont you?

    • jacksjus

      Let’s not act like nothing is running at 60.

      Look it’s obvious that experience is key here. Just go back last gen and look at games from 2007 compared 2012. All done on the exact same hardware. With experience RADs next console game will make The Order appear outdated.

    • Psionicinversion

      You can run anything at 60fps if you compromise on stuff. As it stands now the order would take an extra 50-100% more power to achieve stable 60 throughout the whole game. That’s all you console fanboys ever say start of ps3 with brand new cell architecture and extremely crappy sdks that weren’t even in English comparing that to mature technology, very good sdk’s, plenty of practice with multithreading coding on an architecture that has bin standard in the industry for decades.

      I’ll save the laughs for a few years when you fan boys start arguing about why the graphics havnt improved much lol

    • jacksjus

      Why do I have to be a fanboy? It’s you who seems to lack common sense. By the way, if you’re a PC gamer then why are you so interested in this console game? In fact point out a PC game that looks better than this right now. I’ll wait.

    • Psionicinversion

      Same old argument, point out apc game that looks better than it, for a start the new games are still rolling of the shelf but there is one that will lay waste to any console game, Star Citizen. Just the dying star map as far as environments go looks absolutely incredible better than anything I’ve ever seen and that’s just 1 little arena map. That’s the game to judge against consoles because the order and that platform focused and SC is 100% focused on PC and like a 1st party game will use the power of top end hardware and get the best visuals. There even adding lenses flare to every single shot fired which is expensive in terms of performance to what you gain bit it’s done because it looks cool. The ships, which are the games “main character” are stunningly detailed,

      That game doesn’t have to worry about how it will run on consoles so it had absolutely no limits in terms of power requirements and is a game that can go over the top and push top end hardware to it’s limits and then let the lesser hardware catch up to it. It will also support mantle and dx12 which will set the game completely free, apparently AC unity pushes out 40,000 more draw calls than what dx11 can properly handle so has some performance issues because of that. Want it now

    • PUTEMnKASKETS .

      MGSV 1080P 60FPS PS4.

    • Psionicinversion

      yeah but MGS5 was designed from the start to run at 60fps so the visuals will have been toned down from the start to support the framerate.

    • PUTEMnKASKETS .

      Well if what we have seen is toned down then Kojima truly is a GOD.

    • Psionicinversion

      Not really the difference between the ps4 version and pc version is instantly noticeable it’s just all you’ve seen is ps4 against x1 version so you think it looks amazing until you see how its supposed to look and there’s alot cut out like light sources, reflections etc lower texture detail and stuff

    • PUTEMnKASKETS .

      I think it looks amazing??? And you have seen the PC footage when??

    • Psionicinversion

      Seen the screen shots and the differences are instantly noticeable. If there’s been a trailer or someat for it I’ll of seen it but can’t remember it

    • PUTEMnKASKETS .

      Well all I know is MGSV on PS4 looks incredible, the game I believe will be fully optimized for PC and a PC has damn near unlimited power, but you would probably need a 2500$ set up to run it and get those types of results so if it looks better and plays better on PC so what.

    • Psionicinversion

      $2500 lmao yeah if you wanted to run it at 4k and 60fps with an i7 and 16GB ram, SSD etc. At 1080p less than $600 to run it better than ps4 when the 960 is released next month it’s game over

    • PUTEMnKASKETS .

      Hey I don’t mind PC getting MGSV because it will do the game even more justice, I don’t like X-Box getting it because it is basically going to look like a last gen game just like GZ does on that console. Quantum Break looks good though.

    • PUTEMnKASKETS .

      But I still think Sony should have paid for 6 months exclusive rights.

    • Psionicinversion

      That’s the problem this gen, all it’s going be is to see whose got the bigger pile of money to shut out the competition from stuff. It’s ridiculous neither side has many AAA coming because there to expensive to make so there resorting to BS tactics like this. Despite what you believe both consoles are quite similar in power it’s just ps4 has a bit more power but both are limited by the CPU in them because it sux in both consoles.

      Neither should be able to buy exclusivity tbh because its detrimental

    • PUTEMnKASKETS .

      Well speakin on MGSV the game is going to sell way more on PS4. If a person has both consoles they will more than likely buy it on PS4. And PS4 is lookin pretty good for 2015 Bloodbourne(which I am not buying) The Order (Which is now on my radar) and Uncharted 4.

    • PUTEMnKASKETS .

      And both consoles are pretty similar but PS4 exclusives still seem to look better IMO. Quantum Break looks pretty good though.

    • Psionicinversion

      Sonys stuff is just style over substance I personally think alot of the better games will come from the indie devs seeing as they can take risks with stuff and try something new. I think dx12 will help closer the gap visually to ps4 because lower frame render times should mean higher fps then you can take those additional fps and increase the visual quality to lower them again so might be better.

      People won’t necessarily chose to game on ps4 is they got both it all depends where there friends are at. Maybe they got alot of FPS friends on xbox so they’ll choose that, then for single player stuff out other types of games maybe they’ll game on ps4 who knows

    • PUTEMnKASKETS .

      Have you seen TPP footage???

    • Psionicinversion

      also the cell was a brand new chip with limited sdk support, the AMD APU’s/x86-64 are a mature technology, the drivers for the GPU’s are mature, theres alot of performance from both consoles straight away because the chips are mature technology from decades of evolving architectures alongside the drivers to. true xbox was struggling at first because of its esram but thats becoming more of a non issue already.

    • PUTEMnKASKETS .

      Well Killzone 2 basically used all the power in the PS3, but then Killzone 3 was way better IMO. Using all the power is one thing but learning to master the power and manipulate it is another.

  • Mark

    Graphics are stunning, but the gameplay………..

    • Al Buns

      Its a TPS game.What do you people expect from the gameplay? Really!

    • Mark

      If ur digging the gun fights and gameplay then cool. Hope u have fun. But for me 1) There’s alot of talking and cutscenes in The Order. 2) I’d like to see more challenging and smarter AI to get excited about fighting them aka Halo. 3) The game looks so linear it makes me feel claustrophobic, and gives the impression of a heavily scripted experience, or the lack of any open endedness.

      None of my criticisms mean u won’t have mad fun tho. I think what people expect now when buying a new system is, a new experience in games. Things will dramatically immerse us more if studios start focusing more AI, physics or environmental destruction, etc. The Order looks beautiful but the gameplay says I’ve been there 100 times. My opinion tho.


 

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