It's no mystery that the graphics of The Order: 1886 are among the best, if not the best, in this generation so far, and many of the artists involved in the creation of the game posted the
The Order: 1886 has been released eleven days ago, but Sony isn't done promoting the game.
Ready at Dawn published a few interesting pieces of artwork and a new trailer of The Order: 1886 on the game's official Facebook page, showcasing how the world of the game looks like.
You have read my review of The Order: 1886, and you know I mostly liked Ready at Dawn's latest labor of love. Now let's hear a completely different point of view from Cliff Bleszinski, one of the
Ready at Dawn worked on two God of War games, so it's not unsurprising to find a homage to the adventures of Kratos in The Order: 1886.
The Order: 1886's embargo has finally expired. You probably already know that I'm pretty much a screenshot fanatic, so i'm going to show you a few screenshots of the game, in a rather spoiler-free fashion.
I have been sitting here for quite a while, just looking at the screen and collecting my thoughts after finishing The Order: 1886.
If you pre-ordered The Order: 1886 on the PSN, the pre-load option has just been activated, and you can start downloading the game.
Sony Computer Entertainment had promised a PS4 Dyanmic Theme to North American gamers that fully explore The Order: 1886's promo website. The theme was supposed to be available yesterday, but apparently it didn't work out. Finally the
Sony Computer Entertainment Japan and Asia released a brand new trailer of the upcoming PS4 exclusive The Order: 1886.
The Order: 1886 is upon us, and Ready at Dawn Co-Founder and CTO Andrea Pessino is one of the main protagonists behind the development of the game.
Get the First Taste of The Order: 1886 With Epic Soundtrack Released on iTunes, Spotify and Google Play
One of the best elements of The Order: 1886 is its epic soundtrack by Jason Graves and Austin Wintory, and today the floodgates have opened, with the 21 tracks released on iTunes, Google Play and Spotify.
When The Order: 1886 developer Ready at Dawn released God of War: Chain of Olympus on PSP, many thought the console's graphical capability had been maxed. Two years later, Ghost of Sparta, demonstrated that such belief was
A few games published by Sony Computer Entertainment had an advanced photo mode added to them, most of the times down the line after release. It's hard to think about a game that would fit the
More and more users are getting their paws on The Order: 1886 ahead of the game's official release on February 20th, and as an inevitable result screenshots are getting leaked online via the PS4's share feature.
The Order: 1886 runs at 30 frames per second, yet it feels definitely very fluid. Ready at Dawn CTO Andrea Pessino told DualShockers the reason why at an event in Milan.
Many estimates have been made about the time necessary to complete Ready at Dawn's upcoming PS4 exclusive The Order: 1886.
One of the most interesting things about The Order: 1886 is doubtlessly the design of its world, providing an eerie vision of an alternate Victorian London designed with an attention to detail that borders on the crazy.
There have been wildly varying accounts on the length of The Order: 1886, but a full playthrough has finally been posted by YouTube user PlayMeThrough, and it's pretty interesting, because it's basically a "bare minimum" walkthrough. He