Playstation players probably remember it with a lot of nostalgia: we are obviously talking about the game developed by Ready at Dawn at the launch of PlayStation 4, or The Order 1886.
Born as one of the first PS4 exclusives, The Order 1886 (which you can still find on Amazon) has never received a sequel or even just a remastered one, primarily due to the lukewarm reception from of critics and the public.
If in recent months the third-person shooter has returned to being talked about for the work of a fan (who has made a fundamental correction), apparently now is the time to celebrate the first 8 years from the exit.
After all, Ready at Dawn – engaged in the creation of projects for virtual reality (and not only ) – have never renounced the ambitious PlayStation title.
The social profile of The Game Awards has in fact reminded its followers that today marks 8 years since the release of The Order 1886, sparking a wave of fan comments.
«This is a game I’ve decided not to watch, with the intention of playing it myself in the future. I’ve never bought a PlayStation.
I hope it’s worth it», reveals a player.
And again, another fan writes: «A beautiful game even by today’s standards, but the gameplay leaves a lot to be desired. If this game was better developed with more things to do with player control it could have been a masterpiece. Too bad they will not have another chance for this IP“.
8 years ago today THE ORDER was released for PlayStation. pic.twitter.com/P2CImmV0gl
— The Game Awards (@thegameawards) February 20, 2023
Finally, another player wrote: «There still remains the hope of one day seeing a sequel or even a remake of this title by none other than Santa Monica Studio… Ready At Dawn could have fixed a lot of things with a sequel, but the chances of that happening are extremely slim now that they’re owned by Facebook.”
At the time of writing, there is no news about the return of The Order 1886 on PlayStation 5, with great regret for those who believed in it until the end (and a little he still believes it).
Remaining on the subject, during the Milan Games Week we had the opportunity to chat with Andrea Pessino, the famous founder of the Ready at Dawn software house.