New The Order 1886 Trailer Is Genius Marketing

That’s pretty good!

Posted By | On 19th, Dec. 2014 Under News | Follow This Author @Pramath1605


Look, I’m actually no fan of The Order 1886, right? I mean, I have made that clear multiple times before, I just don’t like the game’s focus (which, in my opinion, seems to be on all the wrong things), I don’t like whatever I have seen of the gameplay, and in general, it appears to be another one of those highly guided ‘cinematic’ experiences that take all agency away from the player.

But even I have to give props to this brand new live action trailer for the game. Essentially, it plays out like a documentary of a team digging up the remains of a buried Lycan from the Victorian Era.

It’s very well made too, and honestly, pretty easy to confuse for something real by someone who might not know better.

The Order 1886 is the new PlayStation 4 exclusive third person shooter in development at Ready at Dawn games. Stay tuned to GamingBolt for more coverage.


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  • d0x360

    You can have the world’s best marketing but it won’t get me to buy this relic of a game. Its nothing but scripted moments, qte events and early 2000’s cover shooting wrapped in a gorgeous visual package. I haven’t seen a major game this shallow in years and the fact that it has any hype at all just goes to show how graphics really do sell games regardless of what anyone says. All recent coverage of this game has done nothing but harp on how boring the game is and how unsatisfied they were with the feel of shooting. Pass.

    • dan

      you must have missed all the hands-on praise coming out of playstation experience??

    • d0x360

      You mean the praise from ign and Eurogamer and giantbomb where they were less than happy with what they played and the PlayStation experience?

    • dan

      no – from the the GAMERS – real people with no agenda at all except whether they liked the game or not.


 

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