‘The Order: 1886′ Doesn’t Have Multiplayer, Runs at 30 FPS in 1080p

According to developer Ready at Dawn, its upcoming third-person-shooter – The Order: 1886 – doesn’t feature any kinds of multiplayer modes. Additionally, the game runs at 30 frames-per-second, and in full 1080p.

Chief technical officer and co-founder Andrea Pessino has made the announcement, via Twitter:

The reason behind excluding any kinds of MP modes is that the developer wants to focus solely on the single-player, in order to create the best possible experience: “better to do one thing well than a whole bunch half-assed. :) We are trying to make a SP experience you will enjoy.

Regarding the 30 FPS part, Ready at Dawn explains that it’s what works best for the game: “Currently we do not aim [for] 60 frames per second. In a first person shooter that [surely] makes sense. Also fighting games are undoubtedly predestined for 60 frames.

But for us, the cinematic experience is in the foreground [basically focus] – presented in full HD 1080p. In favor of spectacular effects and the highest resolution we restrict ourselves to a fluid 30 frames per second.

The Order: 1886 is a PlayStation 4 exclusive, currently without a release date.

Thanks, IGN

In addition to being a PC editor, Vlad Pintea is also a chief of news and reviews here at Analog Addiction. You can contact him via e-mail at vlad94pintea@yahoo.com and vlad94pintea@gmail.com, on Skype (vlad94pintea), Steam, Facebook, and Twitter.

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2 thoughts on “‘The Order: 1886′ Doesn’t Have Multiplayer, Runs at 30 FPS in 1080p

    • The fact that they chose not to include any sort of MP shows that they really are confident in their game, which is kind of rare these days.

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