The Order: 1886 - E3 2013 Extended Trailer
Take a look at the extended trailer for The Order: 1886.
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The cutscene looks excellent but we have to see the actual gameplay footage to say for sure. Is it me or it looks like JERICHO FROM THE PAST with some salt & pepper for evolution purposes . Any way agai the whole concept is fine,the in engine is a big improvement undoubtly.
Being created in-engine and being created in-game are two very different things. Just because the trailer was created with the engine doesn't mean that actual gameplay will share the same visual fidelity
if gameplay has the same graphics, this is the ONLY true next gen game shown this E3. TW3 would be the 2nd most 'next gen' and impressive game
The interview they did with this guy, he made it sound like this was done using the in-gam engine, not pre-rendered. As in, this is what the game will look like in action. If its true... my god. pc can suck it.
@Viral-venom13 yeah I was thinking that too and it's unfortunate. Will still show interest in this game though.
@couchtater12345 I think the actual gameplay will be the same as this. They had an interview with the creator and he said that he didn't want cut-scenes that look nothing like the game. We will probably need to wait for the gameplay to see if that's true.
@DeusEx2013 Titanfall equals crap
@silversix_ I thought that there were plenty of titles that showcased next gen capabilities! Especially The Division, that gameplay was incredible!
@silversix_ Actually, Battlefield 4, Tom Clancy's The Division, Killzone: Shadowfall and Ryse: Son of Rome were all way beyond what the current generation of consoles can do.
@SerOlmy did you ever stop to think there might be a shorter trailer doing the rounds somewhere?
@Epicurus-Reborn I don't think that is what that means. I think they did it on the engine that would be used to make the game but they made it on super uber PC hardware and that is what we were seeing. When they finally make the game for the PS4 it will be toned down again. There is no way that any game will play like that not even top top end games like Crysis 3 play like that. So it is pre-rendered but within the engine that will be used on the game.
@Azre103 No it isn't but because that was made specifically for PC with maximum graphics in mind it is currently better on maximum settings on PC than anything we are likely to see on next gen consoles.
If you have a look at Crysis 3 gameplay in fact I would say it looks a shade better than this video.
But then again it is a good job graphics don't make a game better. PCs are more powerful and I refuse to swallow the crap that PS4 is more powerful than a high end PC. Crysis 3 looked awesome but it also sucked. If that is all you are looking for on your next console, super uber graphics and crap games then you should be grateful that they consoles are less powerful. It means they won't spend all of their budget on graphics and ignore story and gameplay.
@Dannystaples14 Crysis 3 it's not next gen :)
@bluefire1360 @Epicurus-Reborn An engine is software. Just because it says in engine doesn't mean it is in engine on PS4. Just like Crytek use their CryEngine engine to make Ryse, that same engine was what led to the (initially) PC exclusive Crysis 1. Crysis 2 and 3 were also made in the same engine (or at least the same line of engines) and they all came out on current gen consoles eventually, using the same engines but with the graphics turned down so they didn't make the console explode.
Next gen is called next gen because they have made the consoles better, those same consoles still have lower power than any moderately powerful PC today.
The only reason the graphics suddenly take a leap is because developers hardly ever made games for PC level of quality. They make them for the least powerful console and then port it directly to PC. A game that was made specifically for PC without any compromise would be miles ahead of anything the PS4 and Xbox One can make already.
They don't do it because like I said no one wants to and there is no point making a game that requires a £3000 computer when hardly anyone has the power to run the game.
Think about it this way, CGI in movies is made in a similar way and today it is hard to tell what is CGI and what isn't in movies, it is only common sense that tells them apart, a person flying out of a starship into space for example? I didn't know we had starships so that must be CGI. All of those movie level graphics are made on super powerful computers and pre rendered for the movie. No game has movie levels of graphics and that is what PCs are technically capable of right now. I mean how else do you think they get the footage?
If the in game footage looks anything like this I will die of shock. This will be a cut scene or opening cinematic to the game.
It's in engine my friend! The PS4 is fully capable of visuals such as this, even in game. Obviously this a movie, but it's rendered in real time, in engine. You need to keep in mind that PCs do not control the big leaps in graphical fidelity, console generations change how games truly look. It wont be toned down, what you see is most likely what you get. PC will simply be on par with consoles for a while, you will be seeing games like this on PC as well. However, in a good year or two you will start seeing exclusive PC advantages over consoles. Basically what I'm saying is it's called next generation for a reason!