The Order: 1886 Leaks to YouTube in Full, Playthrough is Five Hours Long
A full playthrough of The Order: 1886 has leaked ahead of the game's official release this week and clocks in at five hours.
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YouTuber PlayMeThrough has uploaded a complete playthrough of The Order: 1886 to their YouTube channel. The footage totals roughly five hours of playtime, including both gameplay and cutscenes. The time devoted to cutscenes appears to be roughly half of that playtime, and the cutscenes are reported to be unskippable.
The leak has arrived shortly after rumours circulated that the game was only three hours long, and after Ready At Dawn founder and CTO Andrea Pessino responded to a query that the game was less than five hours long by stating that was "not true". Pessino later tweeted that he would no longer comment on such questions.
Note: I am done commenting on clickbait rumors about game length, "downgrade" idiocy and such nonsense. Don't bother asking.— Andrea Pessino (@AndreaPessino) February 13, 2015
Another leak from NeoGAF user Renegade contains a screenshot of some of the game's ultra-violent gore effects.
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