The Order 1886
Developer: Ready at Dawn, SCE Santa Monica Studio
PlayStation 4 owners are in for a treat in 2015.
Platforms are defined by their exclusives. They set the tone for what the console is, how it is perceived, and what it’s known for. A console’s exclusives determine the legacy of the machine. The Halos, Uncharteds, and Marios of the world often become so synonymous with the platforms they release on that it becomes impossible to disassociate the platforms from the games themselves.
2014 may not have been a banner year for exclusives, but 2015 looks to change that. With that in mind, here are some PS4 exclusives to keep your eye on in 2015.
Note: This list consists of console, timed and PlayStation platform exclusives. Please click the ‘Next Slide’ button below the post to navigate to the next entry
15. Let It Die
Formerly known as Lily Bergamo (which was quite different and looked pretty interesting), Let It Die springs from the creative mind of Suda51 and his team at Grasshopper Manufacture. Suda has said that the game’s central theme is death.
If a player dies in one game, he’ll appear in another one as an enemy, alongside normal AI enemies. The title will also, apparently, be free to play. If you like social features, gore, and Suda51’s particular brand of crazy, you should keep tabs on this one.