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The Order: 1886 Website Shows New Artwork of London Subway
Development of The Order: 1886 is in full swing now that we have been told that it will release around fall this year.
In light of that, SCE Japan and Asia launched the game’s new website. Although nearly all of the information shared over there had been made public previously, a certain piece of artwork caught our eye.
It is a glimpse of the famous London Subway from the alternate history created by The Order: 1886. As you can see (above), it represents a very classic environment; a little smoke and dim lit walls that are oozing paleness.
PlayStation’s US Blog had mentioned the London Subway system back in August 2013. Ru Weerasuriya, the creative director and chief executive officer of Ready at Dawn Studios had explained it while detailing how city of London was fictionalized in The Order: 1886, saying:
The London subway system is present in our version of the world, but it’s much more advanced than it was in real life. Certain sections of the subway system run above ground in between buildings throughout the city.
The game revolves around a fantasized world where an inhuman enemy has been trying to annihilate humankind. In the year 1886, a group of knights (the order) have taken up arms against the monsters and now you will be leading them in the fight against them.
The Order: 1886 is a PlayStation 4 exclusive that has been in development since 2010. It will finally (and hopefully) see the light of day by the end of this year.