This week brought with it a little bit of controversy in the world of video games, when word surfaced that the highly anticipated new PlayStation 4 exclusive title The Order: 1886 is short. Like, really short. Five to seven hours short. While still costing the full $60 you’d spend on most new games.
This re-sparked the always interesting debate: are you willing to shell out the full $60 retail price for a game that’s only as long as a few movies, even if the game in question is actually really good?
Another brief glimpse at some gameplay from developer Ready At Dawn’s neo-Victorian game The Order: 1886 was released at Sony’s PlayStation Experience event. The video focuses on combat and cover mostly, with a display of some of the weapons you’ll be able to use.
Much like other gameplay previews we’ve seen, this new video is only a couple of minutes long—something that could be seen as a bit curious considering many upcoming games will often show extended gameplay demos that can last 10-15 minutes or more. That said, the game continues to look really great. Whether it will play really great or not is a question to be answered later.
Click on over to the other side to check out the new gameplay video for The Order: 1886.
We’ve seen a couple of brief peeks at Ready At Dawn’s neo-Victorian game The Order: 1886, and now another new peek at some gameplay footage was shown at E3 2014.
The new footage is a little darker and creepier, featuring a man transforming into a werewolf—or more technically, a lycan—and attacking the player. Good stuff! As you’ll see, the game looks unbelievable. And if the final product looks good, you can’t help but feel like it could blow some minds.
Click on over to the other side to check out the new gameplay from The Order: 1886, as well as a trailer.