The Order: 1886 E3 Gameplay Demo Shows the Struggle to Survive

By   /   Jun 10, 2014

Andrew House President and Group CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment graced the E3 2014 stage to demonstrate its highly anticipated new IP, The Order: 1886.

The game sure as shooting shows the visual fidelity of PlayStation 4 and The Order: 1886. The player is seen infiltrating the insides of a dark building, traversing through narrow alleys with danger lurking through every corner.

The E3 2014 demo showcased some of the most amazing particle effects and lightning which felt truly next-gen.

Coming back to the gameplay demonstration, our protagonist encounters a mutant undergoing evolution with rest of the demo revolving around escaping the mutant and finding ways to kill it.

The game also features sequence with a few button-prompts which confirms its presence. I also couldn’t help noticing that the game has a lot of cinematic sequences with quite less actual gameplay.

Keep on checking back for more information on The Order: 1886.

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