The Order 1886 was recently released exclusively on the PlayStation 4 by Ready at Dawn. The developers have used various post processing effects to add cinematic elements to the game, resulting in visuals that often feel like a CGI movie. But what happens if we remove these effects and see the game without them?
The Order 1886 was primarily positioned as a cinematic experience hence it was important for the developers to implement similar camera techniques as used in the film making industry. They also went for a aspect ratio that best meets their need for the game. The result was a game that often looks like a well made CGI movie.
To see how The Order 1886 stacks against its own muted colors equivalent, check the slider comparison below. Direct-feed screenshots are also given if you want to take a closer look at this comparison.[twentytwenty] [/twentytwenty] [twentytwenty] [/twentytwenty] [twentytwenty] [/twentytwenty]
As can be seen from the above images, the colorful screenshots looks really great compared to the fully post-processed version of the game. When Sony initially released screenshots from the same location as seen in the above image, people were talking about the game having muted colors. But it was just done as an effect by the developers as there are various colorful locales throughout the game.
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