The Order 1886: Early Dev Footage Shows Game Running at 30+ FPS, Details the Evolution of VFX

The Order 1886 is without a doubt, one of the most gorgeous looking game on current generation consoles and it shows the immense talent that was behind the making of the game.

Now that the game has been out for a while, the developers are revealing behind the scenes look of their work on the game. We saw one such look at an earlier version of The Order 1886 in 2012 in one of the screenshots shared by the developers, and in another one of these videos, we can see the developers showing the FX of The Order 1886 including how the Fire FX effects evolved throughout the development. You can check these in the two videos below, courtesy of Brian Merrill, lead VFX artist at Ready at Dawn and .

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In all of these videos, we are seeing the game in action in real-time on the PlayStation 4, which is mighty impressive for sure.

Interestingly, we can see in the second video that the game was running at an unlocked frame rate in developer environment. This shows that the engine can run at an higher frame rate but the developers choose to lock it to 30 fps to focus on improved visuals.

What do you think about the visual effects of The Order 1886? Let us know in the comments below.

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