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Post by Dan @ 11:10am 19/02/14 | 1 Comments
Sony and developer Ready at Dawn released a rather dull new trailer for the upcoming PlayStation 4 exclusive The Order 1886 today. Titled "The Pledge", the video offers very little in the way of info or in-game visuals and would be barely worth a news post by itself, but fortunately some new gameplay footage has also made its way online via various international press outlets today, and it's well worth a watch.

Embedded below, you can watch a variation of the gameplay footage provided to international press, as produced by Eurogamer with its own commentary over the top. The clip features around four minutes of actual gameplay which demonstrates the game's cover mechanics, QTEs and interactive cut-scenes which Eurogamer feels borrow heavily from an assortment of fellow PlayStation exclusives such as Uncharted, Heavy Rain and God of War.

The Order: 1886 is due in late 2014, exclusively on PlayStation 4.

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Posted 06:34pm 19/2/14
phwoar, them graphics.

i kind of like how they're going for a real cinematic experience with the 21:9 aspect ratio.
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