Ready at Dawn's Deformers will run on the engine built for The Order: 1886 and will support PlayStation 4 Pro with specific enhancements.
Engine as The Order 1886 ?, very versatile engine I must say, now if is possible can we get a The Order 1886 sequel ? , 1886 was short but it was damn amazing.
Agreed I really hope it doesn't end up being like Heavenly sword or lair. I know lair isn't the greatest game out there but I really do wish that Sony would revisit it, I feel it has a lot of potential. Same deal with Heavenly sword, it truly was a great title for its time. All I'm saying is I don't want the order to become a wasted IP that's just lying around the game deserves a sequel in regards to hell good they was. yes it has faults but that's why it needs a sequel to improve
The Order was decent, it had amazing gun fights and shooting gameplay.... but there was not nearly enough of it nor was there enough enemy variety. If there is a sequel to it one day, it really needs to set out to do more this time around.
The order 1886 is one of the best games ive ever played and im hoping there will be a new one.
I'd love to see The Order get a sequel. It could only get better, and has the potential to be a killer franchise. Sony and [email protected] are crazy to let that one go.
The atmosphere of the order has no equal this gen in my eyes. It's so mature and so well directed. I really hope they jump back in. They just need to make it longer and vary on the boss fights.
@abash the shooting ganeplay was by far one of the worst in the genre and The Orders major knock outside of the terrible werewolf fights. Game was beautiful,story was great( although when that dude showed his dick i was pissed we didnt get to kill him) but the gunplay itself was atrocious.
Agreed, I would love a sequel. Does Sony own the IP or RAD?
It seems like a waste of an engine to me :(
The game is great. i want a sequel also.
A sequel would've already been announced had the media not (unfairly) absolutely blitzed RaD, Sony, and The Order 1886. It shattered Sony's relationship with RaD and likely killed a promising sequel in favor of rubbish like "Deformers". Sad. It's sad bc The Order was foolishly categorized as a Gears clone and completely misjudged. The Order was a piece of art not to be put in a box and destroyed for what misinformed ppl thought it wasn't. I loved The Order and it's disheartening that RaD is putting time into a game like Deformers rather than The Order 1887. The world, engine, and lore of The Order had enormous potential for a sequel.
The misinformation that went around for that game was mind blowing. I definitely enjoyed it but would like to see improvements. I hope a sequal does happen.
No it wasn't, it was half a tech demo with half a story. It was simply there, like Ryse, to show off the power of the system. It doesn't deserve praise.
It was a great game. Played it twice.
Ryse is also better than you give it credit for. Not as good as the order but still an ok game.
The Order: 1984 DO ITTTTT (only in the game I mean)
I feel like The Order: 1984 would lose alot of the atmosphere of the original... Might as well make Teen Wolf: The game.
How about The Order: 1996, it'll be in the good ol 90's and all that jazz. Maybe it'll be based in bel'air and we'll play as a prince. The DLC could be pretty fresh too.
I'm actually curious to know how a team goes from making something like the Order to this. Is it a different smaller team? Did someone just do a really good job of pitching this idea? I'm not hating on this particular game, but I'm just wondering. If I was working at Ready at Dawn, I'd be stoke to be working on big AAA shooting game with Lycans, and if someone came and told my our next project was about cartoon piglets I'd be pretty confused.
I really enjoyed the Order 1886, I hope they already working on a sequel on parallel with this garbage.
Order was meh. I would personally never consider it amazing unless we're speaking about visuals, and maybe an interesting setting.
@gtr35olution You're delusional. The Order was so bland. Lets make fun of Xbox games all day long but defend a bland PS4 game.
Ready at Dawn doesn't own The Order IP, Sony does. So it will be Sonys call as to what happens with it. Even if they do make a sequel Sony might give it to another studio.
It's no versitile than any other engine probably. Some people think the engine makes the game. It's the artists and programmers that make the game. The engine just makes it easier to develop. Because of build in things in them. Some older engines don't have all of the built in features as the newer or more popular ones.
I'm not sure how this demonstrates it's a versatile engine. What did you think the orders engine was doing? Lighting, rendering, collision etc, same thing it's doing in this game. If this were an open world game then I'd understand where you were coming from because those games tend to feature a very different set of challenges, yet this game doesn't feature anything like that. The largest challenge here is probably integrating netcode. It's also their own engine, so they build upon it in order to produce what they want for their next game. Using the same engine doesn't really mean anything at all, because I'm sure that engine is not the same for this game. If a broom has its head replaced, yet its handle remains the same, is it still the same broom?
Sony, please give Ready @ Dawn another chance at an Order sequel. Everyone knows what they are capable of, and now they know what people want.
I wouldn't mind but Sony has enough great1st party studios that could handle the sequel and bring it to the next level.
I hope its good.. Im not gambling $60 on a new game anymore.. I wouldnt rule them out though, they are talented..
Such a strange departure from the order. This isn't my thing so I won't be getting it but good luck to them. I hope to see them making a sequal to the order. A lot of potential in that game, team and engine so I'd like to see them tackle another big project.
What a waste of talent. RAD should be working on The Order franchise. Come on Sony.
Agreed. This holds no interest for me at all but I'd be all over a sequal for the order.
I agree. If ever there was a petition in order (No pun intended) this warrants it. Give us The Order: 1887!!!
I guess that's what happens when you are a developer that WORKS FOR YOURSELF. Sony don't own Ready at Dawn and you clearly assume that they do. RAD can do whatever they want. Hopefully they will talk to Sony about a sequel to The Order 1886 in the future, just stop being so entitled.
The order was boring. It looked good and had the beginnings of a somewhat decent story but other than that it is shit. Just pure shit. Shit boss fights. Shit gameplay. Stupid shitty slow walking and shitty examining of shitty objects.
Sony just keeps cranking away. Microsoft pay attention.
It's coming to Xbox as well, and PC. You obviously only read the title. :P
RAD aren't are were never owned by studio. Its weird when a studio puts out critically acclaimed games (like Daxter and the 2 GOW games on PSP), people assume that they must be a 1st party studio owned by Sony. For years people even thought Metal Gear Solid was owned by Sony when it is simply a studio head that wants to make an incredible game that takes advantage of the architecture of the console they are making it for, rather than sell an underwhelming piece of crap to as much people as possible.
So why were all the PS2 MGS games exclusive to Sony when they couldve gotten more from the xbox
Metal Gear Solid 2 was released on the original Xbox though
I really hope Sony still sees the potential in The Order IP, and gets a more competent developer to make a sequel to it. The game, while short, was really good. It just needs a longer and less linear story, and then some solid competitive/ co-op multiplayer, and it can be another hit IP for Sony. They just need a competent developer to give it a go.
If you thought it was really good why get a different developer?? If that's what it comes down to, so be it, but I'd rather see these guys have another crack at it. There's definitely some things that need fixing but I think they're competent enough to do it. It doesn't need MP though. There's plenty of them so it would be better for them to really nail the SP.
Agreed. Imo not every game has to have mp. But I would like when devs make sp-only games worth playing through multiple times. Add ng+, secrets, mutators or maybe even different endings.
They might want to see another developer take a crack at it if they believe they could deliver the concept better it may not be saying that the first game was bad simply that the sequel could be better.
Because Ready at Dawn was in way over their heads and failed to deliver the game to its full potential. It was their first working on a AAA game, and they still thought they could do it with only a 100 person team. I know some will disagree, but IGN was right when they said the game needed some form of multiplayer. It wasn't an open world game, and there was little to do past the first play through, so there needs to be something with replay value to justify a $60 price tag next time around. The game was really good for a start to a whole new universe, but it's going to need to be much more ambitious next time around to continue, and I don't think [email protected] can handle that without some serious increases to their team.
Disagree. Ready at Dawn and Ru Wysseria (Not sure his name but he's the creative director) need to do the sequel.
And if they do the sequel with a small team again, make another extremely short and linear game that's mostly cutscenes, walking segments, and QTE's, then what? The game is going to get torn apart even worse by critics, and then you'll never hear another peep about it again. [email protected] did good at setting the kindling up; now someone just needs to get the fire going
hopefully its a fun game. since its on multiple platforms, it'll give ready at dawn great exposure.
They really couldn't get this to run at 1080p on XB1 0_o
I thought The Order was pretty entertaining despite being like 3.5 hours long
Over 8 hours for me and I ran through it pretty quickly
This looks okay but I would LOVE a sequel to The Order 1886 with a large focus on vampires. Please SONY!!! I'm gonna keep the faith and go for my fourth run through I believe. I honestly enjoyed this game more than Uncharted 4. Next to Bloodborne and now Nioh, The Order is my favorite PS4 exclusive SP game.
Hopefully this game is better in the gameplay department than The Order. That was one game that was absolutely awful in every sense of the word. Who heard of cutscenes you can't skip? Or full chapters of a game where you never control a character? Pretty graphics don't constitute a great game.
You're getting confused with Quantum Break, surely?!
30 bucks?! No thanks...
Can we continue the story for The Order. Yes it was short, but it was still a good game. Great story too. Vampire corruption within The Order of the Knights, Lycans and vampires working together, resistance fighting back...you gotta continue this story. The fans have spoken. WE WANT THE ORDER 1886: Chapter 2
It looks interesting.
Thoroughly enjoyed The Order. Far from perfect but there was some real talent on display there. Story, atmosphere were all fantastic but it took control from the player a bit too often and the boss encounters could have been retooled a bit. Still, despite the negativity it received, I would love to see these guys get a second chance as well. This little title does look like a lot of fun though.
The Order 1886 sequel this game is a hidden gem yeah people moan its short but the passion that gone into making this game you can see all over
Uh oh..... Expect a load of bullshots and then a massive graphical fidelity downgrade then.....
Running the same engine as the order. Let's hope it's not running the same "gameplay".
The Order 1886 is one of the best looking games this console gen, but the game was so mediocre and unfulfilling. I hope RAD make sure they don't repeat the same mistakes with this one.
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