Creative director for The Order: 1886 claims developer Ready at Dawn has plans for the future of the IP, and wants to continue the game’s larger story.
Although 2015 was a year filled with gaming highs, the year also had a considerable amount of lows too. Game Rant looks at the year’s biggest gaming disappointments.
Ready at Dawn’s ‘The Order: 1886’ released to lukewarm reviews earlier this year, but the premise and world still holds promise. Will there ever be a sequel?
After rumors circulated that The Order 1886’s campaign was only 5 hours long, we ask our team to share their thoughts on what impact a game’s length has on its worth.
‘The Order: 1886’ is bursting with creativity when it comes to design, narrative, and setting, but its gameplay is far too linear and derivative to be worth a full price purchase.
‘The Order: 1886’ developer Ready at Dawn gives gamers a closer look at the four main characters, while continuing to dismiss talk of the game’s length.
A gameplay video from a pre-release copy of ‘The Order: 1886’ shows that Ready at Dawn’s new IP can be completed in about five hours, but there are some caveats.
Producer Ru Weerasuriya addresses fears that ‘The Order: 1886’ is more of a movie than a game, saying that the upcoming shooter isn’t really either: instead, it’s ‘something new.’
As one of the most visually impressive games on the way, ‘The Order: 1886’ gets a new trailer focused on the new game engine and next-gen tech behind it.
Winter is slowly coming to an end – we hope – and with it comes a new batch of video game releases, including Game of Thrones: The Lost Lords, Evolve, The Order: 1886 and more!
The latest trailer for ‘The Order: 1886’ tells the story of Bobby Paige, a young boy living in 19th century London who has an unfortunate encounter with a strange beast.
Construction workers in London have uncovered a Lycan skeleton, just in time for the release of ‘The Order: 1886’.
New gameplay and teaser for ‘The Order: 1886’ show no one in London’s streets – or above them – is safe from the game’s monstrous enemies.
Another cinematic trailer for ‘The Order: 1886’ proves that the PS4-exclusive shooter looks just as good on airships as it does on the ground.
‘The Order: 1886’ continues to blend fact with fiction by introducing Nikola Tesla as a weapons manufacturer in the latest trailer.
2014 was supposed to be the year the current-gen systems came into their own, but instead it’s been the year of delays. Here are the biggest video game delays so far.
The villains star in ‘The Order: 1886’s latest trailer, proving that these aren’t your everyday werewolves.