The Order: 1886

Global Total as of 28th Mar 2015 (units): 0.84m
Platform: PlayStation 4
Developer: Ready at Dawn Studios Genre: Shooter

Total Units

North America: 0.35m 41.7%
+ Europe: 0.30m 36.1%
+ Japan: 0.04m 4.3%
+ Rest of the World: 0.15m 17.9%
= Global 0.84m

Release History

The Order 1866 Sony Computer EntertainmentNorth America20th February 2015Retail
The Order: 1886 Sony Computer EntertainmentEurope20th February 2015Retail
The Order: 1886 Sony Computer EntertainmentJapan20th February 2015Retail

Game Overview

The Order: 1886 is a third-person action/adventure game with strong shooting elements, developed by Ready at Dawn and SCE Santa Monica and published by Sony exclusively for the PlayStation 4.

The game is set in an alternate universe of Victorian England, where a war between humanity and inhuman foes has sparked the industrial revolution in an effort to finally end the war.


DitchPlaya (on 05 May 2015)
Sales for the game are crashing.
kivi95 (on 21 April 2015)
More like by 100k in the US.
TheGoldenBoy (on 17 April 2015)
This is also overtracked by at least 50k
in the US.
hunter_alien (on 10 April 2015)
I think the sales of this game are
"meh". The overall quality seemed
decent. I just had the chance to try it
out, and it looked good, damn good
actually. The gameplay was pretty solid
too, and I always enjoyed a healthy does
of QTE if it was implemented well, and
luckily this game seems to do just that.
But yet again I only played a little
under an hour and I cannot make a
complete judgment about it. Still the
pacing seemed off, and the extreme
linearity was obvious. I also didn't
like the color tones too much. I have a
feeling it will age quickly, just like
Resistance FoM did.

Never the less,
with DD a total north of 1.5 million is
the more then likely outcome, and then
thewy will be able to push it trough
PS+. IMO it will be enough to keep R@D
Mr Puggsly (on 07 April 2015)
Yeah I payed some. The point is
Playstation fans want actual games, not
a cinematic experience that makes us
think of Ryse.

When this game was
announced people thought Sony finally
had an answer to Gears and it could have
been. The potential for a great game was
here but instead someone wanted to push
graphics and story. Not enjoyable
gameplay or even multiplayer. The Order
is wasted potential and sales expections
have certainly dropped.
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