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The Order: 1886 by Sony Computer Entertainment

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The Order: 1886 is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 130.
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  • Platform: PlayStation 4
  • Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment
  • Developer: Ready at Dawn
  • Category: Action , Adventure

Product Details:

The Order: 1886 is a deep, story-driven single-player experience that introduces players to a unique alternate history and a dark vision of a 19th century Victorian-Era London. It is the dawn of a new age, an age of scientific marvels, but underneath the dense London fog, in the shadows of the Industrial Revolution, enemies both old and new threaten to throw the city and the world into chaos. Watching over the city are humanity's only protectors, an elite band of Knights known as The Order, and the outcome of this struggle will determine the course of history forever.

Discover History's Darkest Secret

The Order: 1886 introduces players to a unique vision of Victorian-Era London where Man uses advanced technology to battle a powerful and ancient foe. As Galahad, a member of an elite order of Knights, join a centuries-old war against a powerful threat that will determine the course of history forever in this intense third-person action-adventure shooter, available exclusively on the PlayStation® 4 system.

Where History and Myth Collide

Assume the role of Galahad, one of the most experienced Knights of The Order, and enter a unique vision of Victorian-Era London that fuses real historical figures and events with new twists on familiar myths and legends.

Danger On All Fronts

Conflict rages in this 19th century London between enemies new and old. Rebels declare all-out war on The Order and the police state they represent, while mankind's true enemy, a powerful and ancient foe known as Half-breeds grows in strength and numbers in and around the city.

Advanced Technology

Wield cutting-edge weapons and gadgets like the Arc Gun, Thermite Rifle, and Monocular, as you struggle to maintain peace and order amidst the growing civil unrest and Half-breed threat against humankind.

Filmic Vision

The Order: 1886 transports players into the stunningly realistic and re-imagined Neo-Victorian London, replicating the nuances of actual motion picture cameras and lenses for a more immersive and believable presentation.

Seamless Narrative Experience

Full performance capture for characters and scenes, combined with seamless transitions between action and story sequences, work together to bring the rich narrative, rife with conspiracy and intrigue, to life.


The Story of The Order

The Order: 1886 takes place in a painstakingly recreated Victorian-Era London, which features familiar places such as the Palace of Westminster, Mayfair, Whitechapel, the Crystal Pallace, Big Ben, and the London Tube. But take a closer look. This alternate vision of London features new advances in technology brought about by an accellerated Industrial Revolution and the centuries-old conflict between Human and Half-breeds.
Giant airships patrol the London skies, and electric trains traverse the city on elevated tracks above busy streets. Amid this alternate history, The Order remains a pivotal part of the kingdom, with its council hidden deep within the halls of the government's seat.

Centuries of Conflict

In this alternate history, a dangerous foe known as Half-breeds emerged centuries ago. In response to this new threat, an elite order of Knights formed to protect humanity from this deadly threat. Strengthened by a mysterious liquid called Blackwater, the Knights of the Order are able to heal their wounds and extend their lifespans in order to engage this supernatural foe.
It is the year 1886, and through the dawn of the Industrial Revolution, humans have advanced technology to gain an advantage in this war. Now equipped with powerful weapons to aid in their struggle, The Order is starting to turn the tide against the Half-breeds.

A New Threat Arises

While the Half-breed threat is pushed back into the shadows, a rebellion emerges that threatens an already unstable peace. The Rebels' ranks are growing, as is their boldness, as they declare an all-out war against The Order and the government oppression it represents. Now, the Knights of The Order must face threats on all sides as they struggle to maintain peace and order.


Sir Galahad

You play as Galahad, an expert tracker and hunter whose instincts and skills, developed over the years fighting Half-breeds, are legendary among members of The Order. Jaded and numb to the violence he witnesses day to day, Galahad is world-weary with a calm, cool, professional demeanor. Protégé of Malory and mentor to Isabeau.

Sir Percival / Sabastian Malory

Sir Percival is a mentor and long-time friend to Galahad, and one of the few Knights who can match Galahad's strength and ability. One of the eldest Knights in The Order, he commands everyone's respect and is ready to work outside the bounds of the law when a situation calls for it.

Lady Igraine / Isabeau D'Argyll

Under the tutelage of Galahad, Lady Igraine became the youngest member to ever be inducted into The Order. Now, as one of their most skilled and headstrong Knights, both she and Galahad share a mutual respect for each other.

Marquis de Lafayette

Recruited for his tactical genius honed during the American and French Revolutions, Lafayette serves as Sir Percival's apprentice and has become an invaluable member of his squad. At times impetuous, his passion for freedom and liberty is only equaled by his love of women.


The Right Tool for the Right Situation

Fire bolts of electricity to take out long-range targets with the Arc Gun, or rain down fire on enemies with the Thermite Rifle by dousing them in a cloud of flammable dust and igniting it with a superheated flare. The weapons of The Order: 1886 are all based on plausible science and technology.

Ahead of Their Time

Advances in technology have also helped The Order patrol the city and keep its citizens safe. Airships patrol the skies, and are a constant reminder of the police state that controls Londoner's lives.
Every member of The Order wears a wireless device to communicate with each other and the airships that patrol the skies. A variety of gadgets aid them in the work, such as the monocular that allows the Knights to see across great distances, signals airships via Morse code, and more.

Where History and Myth Collide
Set in a rich, detailed world that fuses real historical figures and events with new fictions and twists on familiar myths and legends, The Order: 1886 presents a unique vision of Victorian-Era London never seen before.

Centuries of Conflict
In this alternate history, a dangerous foe known as Half-breeds emerged centuries ago. In response to this new threat, an elite order of Knights formed to protect humanity from this deadly threat. Strengthened by a mysterious liquid called Blackwater, the Knights of The Order are able to heal their wounds and extend their lifespans in order to engage this supernatural foe.

It is the year 1886, and through the dawn of the Industrial Revolution, humans have advanced technology to gain an advantage in this war. Now equipped with powerful weapons to aid in their struggle, The Order is starting to turn the tide against the Half-breeds.

A New Threat Arises
While the Half-breed threat is pushed back into the shadows, a rebellion emerges that threatens an already unstable peace. Tight security measures that amount to a near police state, combined with a widening gap between the rich and the poor, have left the citizens of London angry at those they perceive to be the cause of their woes. The Rebels' ranks are growing, as is their boldness, as they declare an all-out war against The Order and the government oppression it represents. Now, the Knights of The Order must face threats on all sides as they struggle to maintain peace and order.

Danger Around Every Corner
Assume the role of Galahad, and engage both Half-breed and rebel as one of the most experienced Knights of The Order. Armed with a deadly array of advanced weaponry, utilize the third-person view and expansive cover system to float in and out of cover as you hunt your enemies.

The Right Tool for The Right Situation
Fire bolts of electricity to take out long-range targets with the Arc Gun, or rain down fire on enemies with the Thermite Rifle by dousing them in a cloud of flammable dust and igniting it with a superheated flare. The weapons of The Order: 1886 are all based on plausible science and technology.

Ahead of Their Time
Advances in technology have also helped The Order patrol the city and keep its citizens safe. Airships patrol the skies and are a constant reminder of the police state that controls Londoner's lives.

Every member of The Order wears a wireless device to communicate with each other and the airships that patrol the skies. A variety of gadgets aid them in the work, such as the monocular that allows the Knights to see across great distances, signal airships via Morse code and more.

Filmic Vision
Immerse yourself in the gritty world of The Order: 1886 through the stunning, cinematic presentation made possible with realistic lighting and rendering techniques and a visual presentation that mimics the nuances and imperfections of actual motion picture cameras and lenses. The dirt on the camera lens, the dust in the air and the light passing through broken and boarded-up windows all make for a more realistic and believable presentation.

Rich Storytelling
The cinematic experience is furthered by the deep, sophisticated narrative, featuring full performance capture for characters and scenes. Seamless transitions between action and story sequences work together to bring the rich narrative, rife with conspiracy, intrigue and betrayal to life.

CHARACTERS

Sir Galahad
You play as Galahad, an expert tracker and hunter whose instincts and skills, developed over the years fighting Half-breeds, are legendary among members of The Order. Jaded and numb to the violence he witnesses day to day, Galahad is world-weary with a calm, cool, professional demeanor. Protégé of Malory and mentor to Isabeau.

Sir Percival / Sebastian Malory
Sir Percival is a mentor and long-time friend to Galahad, and one of the few Knights who can match Galahad's strength and ability. One of the eldest Knights in The Order, he commands everyone's respect and is ready to work outside the bounds of the law when a situation calls for it.

Lady Igraine / Isabeau D'Argyll
Under the tutelage of Galahad, Lady Igraine became the youngest member to ever be inducted into The Order. Now, as one of their most skilled and headstrong Knights, both she and Galahad share a mutual respect for each other.

Marquise de Lafayette
Recruited for his tactical genius honed during the American and French Revolutions, Lafayette serves as Sir Percival's apprentice and has become an invaluable member of his squad. At times impetuous, his passion for freedom and liberty is only equaled by his love of women.

Neo-Victorian London
The Order: 1886 takes place in a painstakingly recreated Victorian-Era London, which features familiar places such as the Palace of Westminster, Mayfair, Whitechapel, the Crystal Palace, Big Ben, and the London Tube. But take a closer look. This alternate vision of London features new advances in technology brought about by an accelerated Industrial Revolution and the centuries-old conflict between Human and Half-breeds.

Giant airships patrol the London skies and electric trains traverse the city on elevated tracks above busy streets. Amid this alternate history, The Order remains a pivotal part of the kingdom with its council hidden deep within the halls of the government's seat.

Specifications:

Game Details

Resolution
1080p HD Video Output
Hard Drive Space
29.4 GB

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awsome Gameplay!! absolutely Loved This Game. Graphics were awesome, and story line was fantastic!!
Date published: 2017-04-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Surprisingly Great Game! I only say surprisingly because so many critics tore this game up with low grades and reviews. I've learned to mainly "find out for myself" when it comes to games. This game is incredible. I will say it does have a level of maturity and sophistication to the story, which might explain why some have complained. I'm not sure a younger gamer would enjoy or appreciate this one. In my opinion, the gameplay mechanics are pretty much the same as most shooters. The cover system is a bit tricky but to me it's realistic. This game is very interactive in the sense that often you will find yourself taking part in the movie cut scenes...and to me that was a ton of fun. Without spoilers, Im sure most know this game involves werewolves and some have complained they are not in enough of the game. I disagree..for if it were more appearances those same folks would likely complain and call it repetitive. Give this game a go...the price is low now. Graphics are incredible, gameplay is great, story although it is mature (might be viewed as slow) is compelling and intriguing, weapons are kool, characters are great, the voice acting might be some of the best I've heard on a game.. and the mechanics are great. One last thing, it does have some replay value also, there are moments in the game in which you can decide how to dispatch an enemy from numerous choices. I look forward to going back and making different choices..which lead to different cut scenes. Pretty kool!
Date published: 2017-01-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from awesome game awesome game.,, great graphics, a blast to play, the only negative is it is very short, don't pay new price but a great game to buy used, I hope they make a order 2
Date published: 2016-12-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by from A Missed Opportunity The Order: 1886 is a game that looks like it should have been great, but just misses the mark in many ways. It is a better fit for the second game in a trilogy rather than a standalone game. There are some positives. The production value is high. It looks really good, has high quality graphics and has good sound effects and fairly decent voice acting. The cut scenes are high quality. Also, the mechanics of the game feel good. The shooting feels right, the cover system works well, and movement is smooth enough. The premise of the game is also good: an alternate 19th century history in which the Order is essentially the Knights of the Round Table who have lived for hundreds of years. You have Nicola Tesla working for you and your primary mission is the destruction of Lycans (werewolves). You won’t feel frustrated playing the game and the mechanics will be satisfying enough that you may even enjoy the experience. But you won’t love it. There is nothing innovative about the game. The weapons are all fairly standard and boring, even with Nicola Tesla working for you. The levels are all extremely repetitive sequences of finding cover and shooting the same enemies over and over and over again. There are a couple stealth areas and a few times when you fight some Lycans, but these are rare and each time is exactly the same as the first. The Story is extremely poorly executed, there is no character development and you are just plopped into the story without any understanding of what the Order even is. The main character is erratic, murderous, has an anger problem, and makes poor decisions. He is intensely unlikable. For being Knights of the Round Table who are centuries old the cast are like a bunch of emotional toddlers who yell more than they talk in a calm adult voice. Like I said before, it’s like it should be the second game in a trilogy. The premise is not set up well enough and the main goal of the game doesn’t even get fully resolved. Lastly, it is filled with features that seem slapped together: lock picking, button sequences, and collectibles. They just feel pointless: many of the collectibles are unreadable or have no relevance to the story and lock picking never results in gaining anything useful. Overall, the game is lackluster and feels like it could have been amazing, but they just half-worked too many things. If there was a sequel I would play it because I find the premise interesting, but I would hope they learned some things from the first time through. If you want an easy platinum trophy or are bored this is not a terrible game to give a shot, but if you are looking for your next favorite game, look elsewhere.
Date published: 2016-11-23
Rated 2 out of 5 by from NO! DO NOT BY 5 YEARS FOR 6 HOURS NO. just please don't buy save your money buy a better game just dont.
Date published: 2016-09-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Awesome Game BUT WAY TOO SHORT!!!!! This game has some of the most beautiful graphics and amazing cinematics that i have seen. Gameplay felt similar to Gears of War in a way due to the cover and shooting mechanics. The sound and voice acting was top notch and i was really intrigued with the story and the characters involved. now for the down side of the game which was it being way way way way way too short!!! Now the total time you could beat this game is in about 5 hours maybe but a majority of those 5 hours are just cut scenes that can last at least 10 min. up to 20 min. I mean i really enjoyed the game dont get me wrong but just not for the $60 price tag they were asking for in the begining. Now if you can find the game for about $20 bucks then i would say definately buy it. But anything higher than that dont waste your money. However buy it if you can find it cheap enough.
Date published: 2016-03-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Boooring Looks amazing, but the gameplay is so stale and repetitive and slow. You spend a majority of the game slowly walking around, and the rest watching beautiful, yet lame cinematics. The story is a mismatched melange of cliches that make little sense as there is no real introduction to the alternate universe it's set in. Looks amazing, but you get bored of looking at it very quickly. And virtually zero replay value, because you can barely muster the strength to finish it even once. If you can find it used for 10-12 bucks, go ahead. Otherwise, don't bother.
Date published: 2016-01-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from A great example that Graphics aren't everything When i first saw this game i felt like this was the game that Sony would use to compare to the fantastic Gears of War series i was hyped but my hype want down when i heard they would not multiplayer then i thought Maybe its open world like Assassin's Creed but no its linear short like 6 to 7 hours of gameplay i can't deny that The Graphics,The Fantastic sound design and The exelent voice acting are good things in those things this would easly scores a 10 but there is lack of gameplay The only thing i hope is that The sequel has enough to be a perfect oponent for Gears of War with Multiplayer and more lenght
Date published: 2016-01-09
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