"The Order: 1886 Pretty Close To Maxing Out PS4 Power" says Aron Cender: Updated

We recently got it touch with Aron Cender, Marketing Manger, Bloober Team and talked about their recently released Playstation 4 exclusive title, Basement Crawl, power of Playstation 4, The Order: 1886 and many more things.

The Order: 1886The graphics/visuals of The Order: 1886 are of top notch and developer has promised a cinematic experience like never before. Ready At Dawn are aiming for something like revolution in gaming industry with The Order: 1886 and to achieve it are making use of tech not seen in any games before for example 4XMSAA Tech: "Expensive And Demanding feature capable of drying out powerhouse PCs as well."

On this note, we asked Aron, whether games like The Order: 1886 are maxing out the power of Playstation 4?

"I don’t think it's maxing it out, but I believe it should be pretty close to it. I hope we are gonna see more games of that visual quality in the future, since that was the reason next-gen was introduced."

In addition to this, Aron also praised certain features of The Order: 1886 such as environment details, lightning and animations, like clothing and stated that these won't be possible of other platforms , except PC.

So it seems like for Playstation 4 owners it will be a blast playing The Order: 1886 later this year. Catch out our recent coverage on The Order: 1886 showcasing cinematic looking graphics/visuals, astonishing looking in-game screenshots and more.

Let us know in the comment section below, do you guys agree with the views on Aron, The Order: 1886 on PS4 is going to be a revolution in gaming industry?

UPDATE: Read Full Interview With Aron Cender HERE.

UPDATE 2:

Finally a response from Ready At Dawn. Via Twitter i asked Ready At Dawn Co-founder, Andrea Pession whether "The Order: 1886 close to maxing out ps4 power? seeing the game using some of most demanding and expensive feature like 4XMSAA?"

He replied: "maxing out?! We are just getting started... ;)"

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