The Order: 1886 Premium Edition

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About the Product

  • 13-inch 'Galahad vs Lycan' Statue, Blackwater Vial with Chain, Art Book with hidden compartment
  • Collectable Steelbook, Collector's Box, 'Coat of Arms' Stickers
  • Knight's Arsenal DLC
  • Official Game Soundtrack with Bonus Tracks
  • Unreleased Behind-The-Scenes Footage

Product Description

Platform: PlayStation 4 | Edition: Premium

The Order: 1886 is a deep, story-driven single-player experience that introduces players to a unique alternate history and a dark vision of a 19th century Victorian-Era London. It is the dawn of a new age, an age of scientific marvels, but underneath the dense London fog, in the shadows of the Industrial Revolution, enemies both old and new threaten to throw the city and the world into chaos. Watching over the city are humanity’s only protectors, an elite band of Knights known as The Order, and the outcome of this struggle will determine the course of history forever.

Where History and Myth Collide

Set in a rich, detailed world that fuses real historical figures and events with new fictions and twists on familiar myths and legends, The Order: 1886 presents a unique vision of Victorian-Era London never seen before.

Centuries of Conflict

In this alternate history, a dangerous foe known as Half-breeds emerged centuries ago. In response to this new threat, an elite order of Knights formed to protect humanity from this deadly threat.  Strengthened by a mysterious liquid called Blackwater, the Knights of The Order are able to heal their wounds and extend their lifespans in order to engage this supernatural foe.

It is the year 1886, and through the dawn of the Industrial Revolution, humans have advanced technology to gain an advantage in this war.  Now equipped with powerful weapons to aid in their struggle, The Order is starting to turn the tide against the Half-breeds.

A New Threat Arises

While the Half-breed threat is pushed back into the shadows, a rebellion emerges that threatens an already unstable peace.  Tight security measures that amount to a near police state, combined with a widening gap between the rich and the poor, have left the citizens of London angry at those they perceive to be the cause of their woes. The Rebels’ ranks are growing, as is their boldness, as they declare an all-out war against The Order and the government oppression it represents. Now, the Knights of The Order must face threats on all sides as they struggle to maintain peace and order.

 Danger Around Every Corner

Assume the role of Galahad, and engage both Half-breed and rebel as one of the most experienced Knights of The Order. Armed with a deadly array of advanced weaponry, utilize the third-person view and expansive cover system to float in and out of cover as you hunt your enemies.


The Right Tool for The Right Situation

Fire bolts of electricity to take out long-range targets with the Arc Gun, or rain down fire on enemies with the Thermite Rifle by dousing them in a cloud of flammable dust and igniting it with a superheated flare.  The weapons of The Order: 1886 are all based on plausible science and technology.

 Ahead of Their Time

Advances in technology have also helped The Order patrol the city and keep its citizens safe. Airships patrol the skies and are a constant reminder of the police state that controls Londoner’s lives.

Every member of The Order wears a wireless device to communicate with each other and the airships that patrol the skies. A variety of gadgets aid them in the work, such as the monocular that allows the Knights to see across great distances, signal airships via Morse code and more. 

Filmic Vision

Immerse yourself in the gritty world of The Order: 1886 through the stunning, cinematic presentation made possible with realistic lighting and rendering techniques and a visual presentation that mimics the nuances and imperfections of actual motion picture cameras and lenses. The dirt on the camera lens, the dust in the air and the light passing through broken and boarded-up windows all make for a more realistic and believable presentation.

     Rich Storytelling

The cinematic experience is furthered by the deep, sophisticated narrative, featuring full performance capture for characters and scenes. Seamless transitions between action and story sequences work together to bring the rich narrative, rife with conspiracy, intrigue and betrayal to life.



Sir Galahad

You play as Galahad, an expert tracker and hunter whose instincts and skills, developed over the years fighting Half-breeds, are legendary among members of The Order. Jaded and numb to the violence he witnesses day to day, Galahad is world-weary with a calm, cool, professional demeanor. Protégé of Malory and mentor to Isabeau. 

Sir Percival / Sebastian Malory

Sir Percival is a mentor and long-time friend to Galahad, and one of the few Knights who can match Galahad’s strength and ability. One of the eldest Knights in The Order, he commands everyone’s respect and is ready to work outside the bounds of the law when a situation calls for it.   

 Lady Igraine / Isabeau D’Argyll

Under the tutelage of Galahad, Lady Igraine became the youngest member to ever be inducted into The Order. Now, as one of their most skilled and headstrong Knights, both she and Galahad share a mutual respect for each other.

      Marquis de Lafayette

Recruited for his tactical genius honed during the American and French Revolutions, Lafayette serves as Sir Percival’s apprentice and has become an invaluable member of his squad.  At times impetuous, his passion for freedom and liberty is only equaled by his love of women.  

Neo-Victorian London

The Order: 1886 takes place in a painstakingly recreated Victorian-Era London, which features familiar places such as the Palace of Westminster, Mayfair, Whitechapel, the Crystal Palace, Big Ben, and the London Tube. But take a closer look. This alternate vision of London features new advances in technology brought about by an accelerated Industrial Revolution and the centuries-old conflict between Human and Half-breeds.


Giant airships patrol the London skies and electric trains traverse the city on elevated tracks above busy streets. Amid this alternate history, The Order remains a pivotal part of the kingdom with its council hidden deep within the halls of the government’s seat.

Product Information

Platform:PlayStation 4  |  Edition:Premium
Release date February 20, 2015
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Product Dimensions 16.7 x 15 x 9.5 inches
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Platform for Display: PlayStation 4Edition: Premium Verified Purchase
This is a quick review of the game and the contents of the Premium edition. First off, the statue is truly amazing with great detail, I will say that it is made of a little lower quality material than that of the Geralt battling a Griffin statue from the Witcher 3 collectors edition. Also I noticed that the bottom of the statue is not perfectly flat, but I am pleased with the overall quality, it is quite a large statue and highly detailed (see comparison pictures). The artbook is nice and I like that is has the little secret compartment, but it would have been nice to have more detail. The Blackwater vial is nicely detailed and quite heavy with the lid even opening up, however the vial is not hollow, but instead solid. The steel game case is as good as any other. I am a fan of physical content over digital content, but the behind the scenes video was still interesting to watch.

The game is quite fun, after playing many hours in the Witcher 3, it was a good relief to play a game that is focused on the story. I enjoy linear games, so I was excited to finally play The Order. Even though sometimes The Order may have been lacking some extra detail to keep me focused on the story, it does have me wanting more and I cannot wait for the second one to come out. The gun play to me is similar to that of Uncharted or Tomb Raider except for the camera being a bit closer to the character, so you do not get as wide of a view. The only time the letter boxing bothered me was when I was in a close quarters area towards the end of the game and I was trying to get a better view of where the enemy was, so I could sneak around the person or come up from behind. Else, the letter boxing made me feel like I was playing a movie.
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Platform for Display: PlayStation 4Edition: Premium Verified Purchase
Graphics: 10/10
Story: 8/10
Gameplay: 7/10
Freedom 1/10
Sound: 8/10
Music: 10/10

Graphics are amazing. Hands down the best looking PS4 game to date.

Story is good. A little fuzzy as the character's are pretty one dimensional and their motives are easy to read.

Little to no freedom to do what you want; when you want. The few and far between opportunities to wander result in nothing worthwhile or interesting. You are given cool weapons from Tesla, only to have them inexplicably taken from you for no good reason.

Gameplay is either story driven cutscenes/walking or Gears of War style combat. Once or twice you will use a turret. That's about it, but it's handled well and animations are top notch. There are also some "stealth" sections but that's the kindest use of the word. Very, very easy, even on "Hard" difficulty, I think I only died about 3 times in the entire game.

The sound/music is top notch and besides the visuals the thing I enjoyed most about the game. Each footstep echoes and the sound of lycans breathing in the dark and howling is fantastic. The music kicks in at the best moments and it's done very well.

Bottom Line: If you want a solid 10-12 hour story told with impressive graphics and amazing sound, you should pick this up. If you are a GTA/Far Cry/Thief type gamer and don't enjoy anything else, you will HATE this game. But if you can appreciate this game for what it is, and interactive movie/miniseries, then it's worth the money. The Premium Edition statue is worth it alone, but I collect that sort of thing. My two bits.
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Platform for Display: PlayStation 4Edition: Premium Verified Purchase
This set is amazing! Not doing a game review, just have to say: The werewolf statue alone is worth the $150, it is extremely detailed and just looks epic on my statue shelf. Everything is superbly painted, down to the blood on the werewolf's claws and all the little fasteners on the jacket. All the other extras are very nice too, especially the Blackwater necklace. Its heavy and feels well made. Very glad I jumped on this product and got it when I did.
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Platform for Display: PlayStation 4Edition: Premium Verified Purchase
I don’t usually invest in collector’s/premium editions of videogames unless they're part of a series I have played in the past, or they're cheap. I picked up The Order because of the ladder reason. A used copy of the Premium edition was going for the same price as a new copy of the game only edition. I figured, why not. Plus, it came with a steelbook….I might have a slight obsession with steelbooks for videogames.

The boxset arrived, and though the actual box was damaged more than I had expected, the contents were in perfect condition. I have a tendency not to pay a lot of attention to the dimension information on the descriptions of items (yes, this has backfired on me more times than I care to remember), and I was not expecting the statue to be as large as it was. It is quite stunning. I think that with a lot of the videogame special editions the bonus content is either totally awesome, or worthless crap. In this case, it was totally awesome. I was very, very impressed with the statue.
It also came with a small-ish art book, which had a “hidden” compartment in the end where a vial of Blackwater rested. Also, pretty cool. And yes, the steelbook was b-e-a-utiful.

I am very, very, very happy with the purchase. I truly was not expecting the boxset to be as fantastic as it was. I wish other videogames had such well thought-out collector’s edition extras.
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