The Order: 1886 Getting “Never-Before-Seen” PS4 Demo at PlayStation Experience; New Galahad Model and More

on November 19, 2014 2:34 PM

Many fans have been a little under the water due to the fact that The Order: 1886 has been showcased always with the same demo since well before E3. We’re all eager to see new gameplay, and at long last it’s going to happen, as mentioned by Ready at Dawn on Twitter.

The @PlayStation Experience will feature a hands-on demo of never-before-seen @TheOrder1886 gameplay!

Looks like PlayStation Experience attendees are in for a treat between December 6th and December 7th, but that’s not all.

We got another of those ultra-detailed Galahad models the studio is releasing to encourage players to contribute to cancer research via Movember. Incidentally, if you want to help out, here’s Ready at Dawn’s team page. This time around Galahad’s glorious mustache is almost back to its original condition. Mind you, it’s unlikely that we’ll ever see him like this in the game.

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And there’s more. If you want to take a closer look to the Lycan part of the awesome statue included in the premium edition of the game, Ready at Dawn just tweeted a great picture:

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Finally, the studio’s Community Manager J Goldberg teased a new website coming for the developer.

Getting closer and closer to the launch of the new @RAD_Studios website. Really starting to come together. : D : D

It’ll be interesting to see what kind of goodies the new site will include. In the meanwhile, we can definitely expect a good time at PlayStation Experience.

 /  Executive News Editor
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