The Order 1886: New Details That You Might Be Interested In

New details about the game.

Posted By | On 12th, Jun. 2013 Under News | Follow This Author @GamingBoltTweet


During their E3 press conference, Sony announced The Order 1886, a brand new IP for the PlayStation 4. It is being developed by Ready At Dawn studio, the people behind Daxter (PSP) and Okami (Wii).

We have got a few new details about the game right from our writer who is at E3. It’s nothing ground breaking but it gives us a good idea where the game is headed.

  • The trailer took place in Neo-Victorian London.
  • The developers are trying to keep their version of Neo-Victorian London believable according to history.
  • The game has been under development for more than two years but the IP has been around for longer. They were working on the ideas for like 7 years ago.
  • There is a strong chemistry going on between the characters. They belong to The Order and their purpose is to protect mankind against the enemy. They are in a war that has been going on for a century and their purpose is to keep mankind safe from the monsters.
  • Weapon customization may be a part of the game but they are not talking about it yet.

The Order: 1886 does not have a release date yet but it will be coming out exclusively for the PlayStation 4.

What are your thoughts? Let us know in the comments section below.


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  • Nintendo Fan 4 Lif3

    Quick note: Okami was developed by Clover Studio-now Platinum Games- and published by Capcom. Not made by Ready at Dawn.

    • Phillip

      That’s why it says Wii version.

    • Nintendo Fan 4 Lif3

      NO-I’m certain I read somewhere that Clover Studio also developed the Wii version.

    • Alex

      Nope I am certain you are wrong, the Wii edition of Okami was developed by Ready at Dawn. Google it if you must.

    • Nintendo Fan 4 Lif3

      Ur rite-guess I had read an uncredited source. Thought ready at dawn was Sony exclusive.


 

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