Neo-Victorian Game ‘The Order: 1886’ Gameplay Demo, Cinematic Trailer Released
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One of the cool games we saw revealed at E3 2013 last summer was The Order: 1886, a Neo-Victorian game that mixes an old school look with some funky futuristic weapons and technology as an order of knights battles halfbreed beings that are a combination of man and monster.

That first look at the game was only a cinematic, but one made using the game’s engine. Still, it is only when we get to see actual gameplay action that we can start getting an idea of what a game might look like. Today comes that first peek at some gameplay.

You can check out the gameplay demo for The Order: 1886 below, along with a new cinematic trailer.

The Order: 1886 comes from developer Ready At Dawn, who has worked on some of the God of War games that have been released. It is a single-player only third-person action-adventure game, which also includes some quick time events, as can be seen in the gameplay video below. It will run at 30 frames per second, and will be released exclusively on the PlayStation 4 later this year.


[Source: Game Informer]

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