Upcoming gaming title, The Order: 1886 has over the weekend seen a lot of rumours and leaks for the game surfacing online.
The rumours started with questions being asked on the length of the game, which rumour stated as very short. While a post on N4G claimed that the game was only 3 hours long, a YouTuber PlayMeThrough posted the full playthrough of The Order: 1886 that showed that the game was 5 hours long. It has been observed that he does not stop to examine many areas with story and he never dies. So DualShockers call it a "bare minimum" walkthrough.
The details from the leaked video have been posted on Reddit forum. These accounts reveal that the cut scenes in the game cannot be skipped due to the numerous interactive elements in them. Players will be able to change the difficulty setting in between a chapter, making it more dynamic.
Another rumour that became the topic of discussion of many gamers was the claim that there could have been a "downgrade" of the game's graphics. However, it has been argued that it is too early to come to such conclusions since the game is officially not yet released. Only after its release we can examine if the game developer, Ready at Dawn has indeed downgraded the graphics.
These rumours have definitely reached the developer and it has reacted in a rather frustrated manner. Its founder, Andrea Pessino tweeted saying, "Note: I am done commenting on clickbait rumors about game length, "downgrade" idiocy and such nonsense. Don't bother asking."
His tweet throws a pointer on how fed up the company is from the question that have cropped up because of the rumours surrounding the game.
The game is based on an alternate history of London, where knights of an order keep the breed of human and animal combinations away.
The Order: 1886 is scheduled to release on 20 February, 2015 as a PS4 exclusive.