Sony reveals new The Order: 1886 gameplay video on Twitch

A stream shown today on the official PlayStation Twitch channel revealed new gameplay for developer Ready at Dawn Studios' The Order: 1886

Sony teased a "sneak peek" at the gameplay this morning on the PlayStation Blog. The brief gameplay snippet, which streamed at 4 p.m. ET today, begins at the start of the game's third chapter, "Inequalities." For next few minutes, it showed off The Order: 1886's cover-based, third-person shooting with weapons like the M86/FL, which fires "rounds of thermite-grit that burst into clouds of flammable dust" when players hit the R2 button. The gameplay was bookended by seamless transitions into cinematic cutscenes, all of which took place on Oct. 15, 1886. 

Sony revealed The Order: 1886, a PlayStation 4 exclusive, at its E3 2013 press conference. Set in neo-Victorian London, players will battle deadly humans and supernatural creatures in the game. For more on The Order: 1886, be sure to read Polygon's impressions and interview with Ready at Dawn founder and CEO Ru Weerasuriya.

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