Fans are craving for a sequel to Ready At Dawn’s diamond in the rough- here’s why we think it’s time we got one.
It's an amazing game where the biggest complaint was it seeming too short to finish. I think the game is amazing exactly like it is and I wouldn't change a thing about it. I hope there is a sequel to the game on ps5
Same I seriously don’t understand the hate. Games like fallout 4 have a high 80 and the order has 60s???
The game lasted 5 hours... with cutscenes. That’s shorter than CoD campaigns and they have multiplayer. This game should have released at 20
I don't hate it but I don't think it's incredible or amazing either. It's just good. The setting and atmosphere are very well executed, and the visuals are no doubt impressive. The weaponry is fun and satisfying, especially that Triple Crown Coach Gun. You've got legs, do you? Not anymore. The problem is that it's mostly basic, generic feeling third-person cover shooting. More flash than fun ultimately. Still, I wouldn't mind a sequel, as there's a lot of potential in this world.
It's not an amazing game. It's fair to say it's a good game. Amazing should only be used sparingly like for games that deserves it (example: Naughty Dogs games) Very short actual gameplay, dumb boss AI, letterbox resolution with the excuse of... "it's for cinematic effects" when in reality they had to do that due to hardware limitations
The Order 1886 had some of the best writing this gen. The game had a few major issues: pop target cover fights (dumb AI, too easy), short and linear with poor navigation (you progressed to easy and missed things), and no real collectible UI worth looking into. That set it back but the story, characters, music, acting, guns, deaths, and the world itself was 10/10 for me. I think this game needs a sequel with a wide-linear approach like UC4/TLOU. The foundation is there; the team just needs to focus and bring in the talent to perfect the core of the gameplay. I really think a sequel could be worthy of a GOTY nod if they can just nail it this time.
Pros was the gunplay, visuals, writing, and the universe. Negatives were length, quick time events, pacing, and the weak/monitonous werewolf sections. Comparing it to Fallout 4 doesn't make much sense, considering Fallout 4 knew what it wanted to be, and delivered it fairly well, with potentially hundreds of hours under the hood; even if it isn't necessarily a good Fallout game in and of itself. 1886 offered about 6 hours of content, and still had pacing issues.
i love the story and the cliffhanger ending is begging for part2.
Yep. Its biggest complaint was that it was too short? Pretty sure it was because it was a terrible game.
I really enjoyed this game. Yes, it had issues. The bosses were exactly the same. QTEs were there and the game was short but I loved the the cover based shooting, the setting and rhe story was great too.
I disliked the game for its corridor shooter. Story > corridor > waves of enemies > repeat for 5 hours. I only paid about £6 for it, so I wasn't so disheartened, but this wasn't anything amazing.
Farthest from the biggest complaint on the game. The Kotaku review of the game was actually pretty accurate as to why people that didn't like it felt. https://kotaku.com/the-orde...
I love The Order 1886. Give me a sequel with more thermite rifle and arc rifle and just make it longer
I loved this game and funnily enough i am playing it right now, would love a sequel, make the game longer, more cryptid enemies and tighting up the gunplay and it would be epic.
Well you can thank everybody who was overly harsh on it and ripped it to shreds for why we may never get a sequel.
It's never the games fault.
It had some shortcomings, but it wasn't nearly as bad as the critics were making it to be. Certainly, not for a new IP which most issues could easily be addressed in a sequel.
Not in this case. Console wars aren't a good time to introduce a new IP. Only after a few yrs can a new IP succeed, most times anyway. Luckily for me i could careless what other people think about games. Meaning, if it catches my attention, i will try it. Playing this game at night relaxed in front of a nice tv with surround sound was a great experience. Want the Sequel because the story was amazing IMO.
Don't lose hope bro, it was profitable and Sony hasn't forgotten about it. Just last year Sony gave some crafted The Order 1886 souvenirs to Ready At Dawn
I would really love to see a sequel, it just sucks that the game got so much hate when it released.
@Blu3_Berry Me too bro and I'm ashamed to say that I was one of the detractors of The Order 1886 when it released :( I hadn't even played it back then When I finally played it in 2017 I was almost shocked at how good it was
Except you cant actually defend that statement. The game is a prime example of what makes a terrible AAA game. It's why there isnt one person in this thread going in depth on what made the game so good and undeserving of the criticism.
We can give you reasons on why The Order 1886 is good but you'll just reply back why those things are "wrong" or don't count...
@lifeisgamesok So your argument is basically that you could tell me why the game is good, but you won't because I might disagree? So that's one response and it looks like we're off to a shaky start. 1886 fans still can't defend their beloved jewel of the bargain bin.
And maybe the reason it was ripped to shreds was because it wasn't a good game. I've noticed bad games seem to get mostly harsh reviews while good games get get the majority of great reviews.
sure it makes sense but we should have seen the sequel by now. Game was great and left it wide open for a sequel at the end.
I like that The Order has gotten some attention all around these past few months. I'm hoping for a sequel, twas a great game un-derserving of the low scores due to its length
Hopefully there are at least as many wieners flopping around in this one. Jokes aside, I'd definitely be interested in a bigger game set in that world.
The only negative i had for the game was that it was too short otherwise it was great and i still play-through the game again every so often if a sequel i hope it is much longer.
I would LOVE a sequel. Everything about the game was great, I just felt like the "pick up and look at things" mechanic was a bit much. Also, if I remember correctly the game was marketed as an action-shooter, but the segments with shooting were sorta far apart. Anywho, I still loved it, and the cutscene where Layfayette becomes a knight is still breathtaking to me. I actually got to talk to Jason Graves about the games score at PSX years ago, his ideas for the games sound design were so cool to learn about. The music was just so haunting and gorgeous.
I hope it gets a sequel, besides QTE bossfights and it being a bit short it was a really good game. Gunplay was very satisfying, story was interesting, world and lore were really awesome, and DEAR GAWD the graphics! It got way more flak than it deserved, but it just seems unlikelyoverall imo.
I would love to see a sequel. They certainly set it up for that at the end, so it'd be disappointing to not see how they progress the story, and improve upon some of the shortcomings.
I would say more like a continuation since the original game abruptly ends with so many unfinished storylines.
It doesn’t really. first one was not very good other then the graphics.
I enjoyed it and would gladly welcome a sequel.
I wouldn't mind a sequel as well. Make the game much longer & add more monsters including weapons.
That would be awesome I loved this game!
That shit came out five years ago and it looks like a PS5 game even now. lmao.
I'd definitely play it. I was late on the PS4. It was the first system I bought this generation, and only because I got a Pro for dirt cheap. One of the first games I bought for the system was 1886, out of morbid curiosity. Aside from the annoying stealth segments, and the obviously bad werewolf segments, I thoroughly enjoyed the game. The universe deserves being delved into again.
Maybe the technology will be good enough now for them to achieve that 24fps dream
It was such an... ok game that deserved better representation
If a game deserves a second chance it's surely the order 1886.
Can't decide whether there's more apologists for Order 1886 or for Ryse: Son of Rome. Two very mediocre QTE heavy action games with short lenghts, which were propped up purely off the basis of them being exclusive to their platforms. Yet, both have strong cult followings strictly because they "look nice."
I recently played the former, reviewed the other. They're both solid games in their own right. I'd say they both, legitimately, deserve follow-ups. They're both games that were just shy of being fantastic titles.
Not happening both Sony and Ready at Dawn have moved onto other projects. Although I personally wouldn't mind seeing another game afaik Ready at Dawn is busy at work with AAA VR games.
RAD is on a AAA TPS game. It's been known for a while.
I asked Barlog for a sequel of the order 1886 to 1887 and he said he might consider it.So i will probably make it to the PS5.The game was outstanding on Ps4!
Why would you ask Cory Barlog from Santa Monica Studios to make a sequel to The Order 1886 made by Ready At Dawn ? Makes no sense. And Cory wasn't even working for a Sony studio at the time The Order was released....
The Order is a great concept and one I hope to see more of in the future, I just hope there's more to it this time round
It needs one. So much potential.
Let this turd stay in the toilet!
Terrible game that took everything wrong with triple A gaming and made it a point to emphasize it. Stale characters, horrible gameplay, boring story, cliche'd story, produced and made with sequels in mind so not a complete story on purpose, weak design and an overly focus on graphics that was promoted even more than the actual game. A sequel should be made if only to correct the horrible mistakes part one made.
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