The recently released gameplay trailer of The Order: 1886 via Twitch Live Streaming didn’t go down too well as fans accused Ready At Dawn of downgrading the graphics/visuals from previous build, however Sony immediately released some direct-feed screenshots to shoot down the rumors.
But still reactions on graphics/downgrade, frame-rate and other issues didn’t die down. Andre Pessino via Italian forum “Multiplayer” has replied to these accusations.
He first issued clarification on The Order: 1886 graphics/visuals downgrade. This is simply FAKE because the new build runs on ton of post processing effects as detail in the comparison screenshots below.
Pessino also denied rumors that The Order: 1886 is generic. He stated that The Order: 1886 is unique experience.
“The core of the game is a TPS, for sure. It will not be a revolution, this has never been the intention, but I can assure you it’s not “generic”. It will be a unique experience as everything is mixed together, you’ll see..”
Lastly, Pessino confirmed that The Order: 1886 will have lots of interactive cinematic moments as seen in the latest gameplay trailer.
“absolutely – one of the things we are trying to do is to have a lot variety in the things you do moment to moment. And thanks! : )”
The Order: 1886 is scheduled to launch in 2014 exclusively for Playstation 4 but report coming out from insider sources, the game has been delayed to February 2015.