The Order: 1886: Destruction and Physics to be Shown at E3; There Will be “Crow Eating” – Insider

on February 20, 2014 5:44 PM

NeoGAF user Shinobi602 is raising as one of the new “insiders” on the popular forums, dropping quite a few interesting tidbits of information from his own sources, and today he talked about what we can expect from The Order: 1886 at E3:

Going to be lots of crow eating here come E3.

There have been quite a few voices of criticism towards the gameplay shown two days ago on NeoGAF, that as usual is a nest of quite jaded gamers, and Shinobi obviously feels that many of those are going to eat crow in a few months. When asked to be more specific, he mentioned that we’re going to see a few elements that haven’t been shown so far:

Nice vertical gameplay slice, should showcase the destruction/physics. So many aspects they haven’t shown yet.

He also said that he thinks we’ll “be happy” about what we’ll see, and confirmed that the information comes from actual credible sources. A rule on NeoGAF  states that you can banned you pretend to have insider info but can’t prove it to the moderators. If you state something that will give a moderator the idea that you’re trying to pass a guess as fact, you’re going to receive a private message, and to be banned on the spot if you can’t back it up.

I already answered before. Bish can PM me if he’d like to.

Looks like we have another reason to be excited for E3. Personally I’m a big fan of destructible environments, so I can’t wait to see what Ready at Dawn will bring to Los Angeles next June.

 /  Executive News Editor
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