The Order 1886 Portrait Shots, Concept Art and 3D Renders

Sony’s upcoming PlayStation 4 title, The Order: 1886, is a technical powerhouse.

Developer Ready at Dawn has been working with the next-gen hardware, discovering exciting ways to create a high-fidelity, alternate history version of London. Here are a selection of images showing us the main characters, some concept art and 3D renders of some of the weapons on the game. What do you think?

portrait 3_Malory_1382451606_1

portrait 1_Isabeau_1382451605_1portrait 5_Lafayette_1382451607_1

Global Exclusive 2_1382451597_1Global Exclusive 1_1382451596_1arc_gun_renders_1382451573_1character_costume_pipeline_1382451578_1character_hair_pipeline_1382451587_1character_detail_pipeline_1382451585_1blackwall_yards_1382451574_1

 

Related posts

A Guide For App Store Optimisation

A Guide For App Store Optimisation

App Store Optimisation can be accomplished by using a few simple strategies.

Using Technology to Make Learning Math Fun

Using Technology to Make Learning Math Fun

These are the gadgets that will help kids conquer math and even get them to love it.

City of the Shroud: First Trailer Released with Community-Driven Story Demo

City of the Shroud: First Trailer Released with Community-Driven Story Demo

Real-time tactical brawler City of the Shroud's first trailer is now live, bringing a new gameplay and narrative experience to tactical RPGs worldwide.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan Announced

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan Announced

PlatinumGames’ flair for stylish visuals and fluid combat are on full display in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan

Street Fighter V Story Details and New Post Launch Plans Revealed

Street Fighter V Story Details and New Post Launch Plans Revealed

Today, Capcom provided new details on the story elements that will be included in Street Fighter V.

UBISOFT AND SPECTREVISION PARTNER FOR ORIGINAL VIRTUAL REALITY CONTENT

UBISOFT AND SPECTREVISION PARTNER FOR ORIGINAL VIRTUAL REALITY CONTENT

The SpectreVision team will work in conjunction with Ubisoft’s FunHouse Studio in Montreal.