PS4 Exclusive The Order: 1886 – First Whole Hour of Gameplay Looks Spectacular

on February 10, 2015 1:15 AM

It was inevitable. With The Order: 1886 already in the hands of quite a few gamers, the first hour of gameplay has been published on Youtube by user LordTronix.

The game looks absolutely fantastic, and you can check it out in the five videos at the bottom of the post. According to LordTronix, the game is being played on hard difficulty.

Of course, you should be aware that the clips include heavy spoilers (especially the first one), so if you prefer to enjoy the game all by yourself, you should hit back right this moment. You have a lot of scrolling to do to get there anyway. That will give you the time to think it over.

If you’d rather have a happy medium, you can check out the gallery of screen captures from the video at below. It just shows the awesome looks of the game, without spoiling the story (it’s worth mentioning that some text has been blurred to remove any chance of spoilers). Just remember that they are screencaps from YouTube videos running at 720p, so compression and downscaling do take a toll on the footage’s quality (Update: if you want to check out six new fully uncompressed direct feed screenshots, you find them out here).

One thing is for sure: The Order: 1886 looks downright gorgeous.

Update: The videos have been taken down, as expected, but you can find downloadable versions of all of them here: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5. Again, those do contain spoilers, especially the first. Proceed with caution.

Update 2: The videos have been re-uploaded by YouTube user Dat Video. You can check it out at the bottom of the post if you don’t mind spoilers.

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Also, a few equally spoiler-free animated GIFs, courtesy of the crafty folks at NeoGAF.

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