Are The Order: 1886’s Devs Teasing Something With Morse Code? “Take Caution,” Trouble Ahead”

on October 22, 2014 2:39 PM

Today the official Facebook account of The Order: 1886 published a mysterious message written in Morse code, accompanied by a screenshot (which we already saw before).

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Here’s a translation of the message:

Intercepted Foreign Transmission. Stop. Take Caution Moving Position Forward. Stop. Trouble Ahead. Stop.

Unfortunately the message came with no further explanation, but the possibility exists for it to be a tease of something coming soon. It could also simply be a flavor message, of course. In that case, though, could it be a tease on the presence of a “foreign” force opposing Her Majesty’s knights in the game’s story?

This weekend Sony Computer Entertainment will be heavily present at Milano Games Week in Italy. Could there be news waiting related to The Order: 1886? Maybe we can expect something new from the PlayStation Blog? Time will tell.

Update: Ready At Dawn Community Manager J Goldberg just added to the tease sending me the following code via Twitter: .– …. .- – / -.-. — ..- .-.. -.. / .. – / — . .- -. ??? ; )

It translates into: “What could it mean??? ; )”

Indeed J, that’s exactly what we’d love to know.

One thing is for sure, considering that the Morse Code is continuing in the comments to the message (with pretty random lines, for the moment), they’re having a lot of fun with it.

Update 2: J also added the following, if anyone was wondering.

Just because a few people have asked me, the message has nothing to do with our release date. Still Feb. 20th, 2015. : )

 /  Executive News Editor
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