The Order 1886: Retail In-Game vs. E3 2013 Target Render Comparison

The Order 1886 was originally unveiled at E3 2013 with a cinematic trailer that showed the main cast of characters traveling in a stagecoach and then getting attacked by what was presumed to be werewolves. This trailer was believed to be a pre-rendered cutscene but Ready at Dawn later clarified that it was all done in real-time on their game engine.

Now that the retail version is out, thanks to broken street date, we have an apparent comparison of similar scene from the E3 2013 reveal trailer. You can check it out below.

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The change of outfit is due to story reasons but the final game does indeed have the original outfit, as can be seen in the image below.


Ready at Dawn’s CTO Andrea Pessino recently talked about the fake rumors floating around the web about its length and graphics. He stated that he was tired of replying to all these claims and won’t bother doing it anymore.

We have compared the various build of The Order 1886 released over the past year and found out that there is noticeable upgrade for the graphics in the final retail version.

Since there have been plenty of videos leaked of The Order 1886 so far, there has been a few leaks like an easter egg featuring a popular Sony mascot and some brutal melee action.

The Order 1886 will be officially released on the PlayStation 4 on February 20th, 2015.

Let us know what you think about this comparison in the comments below.

Danial Arshad Khan

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