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The Order: 1886 drops new trailer

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The year is 1886. London is alive with industrial grind and poverty. Grisly murders are sweeping through Whitechapel.

But this isn't the Victorian history we're familiar with. This is The Order:1886, Ready at Dawn's PlayStation exclusive shooter - a departrue from the Milton-sketched city we know, casting players in a steam-punk world of half-bred monsters and Tesla coil weaponry.

One of the most exciting titles to be announced for the PS 4, this latest trailer begins to piece together the game's context and sheds some light on just what's waiting for us in the shadows.



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