Before its official release on February 20, CNET's Brian Tong got to try out the new PS4 game "The Order:1886" alongside the game's director, Dana Jan. Going through a newly released sequence, Jan described the detailed work Ready At Dawn Studios put into its first next-gen video game and why it's tricky for even him to play the game while talking.
Digital Foundry : Released in February 2015, The Order: 1886 was a stunning PlayStation 4 game at the cutting-edge of rendering technology, with visuals that still hold up today. The game's release pre-dated in-depth Digital Foundry coverage, something we're looking to address with this new video! Ready at Dawn's game never received a sequel and never received a PS4 Pro upgrade, but thanks to developments with exploited, older firmware PS5 consoles, we can now show you the game running locked at 60 frames per second.