Between the likes of Bloodborne, Assassin’s Creed: Unity, and The Order: 1886, cobbled pavements are definitely back in vogue on the PlayStation 4. But it’s the latter’s Victorian corridors that look the most next-gen of all, as this impressive gameplay demo shows off Ready at Dawn’s jaw dropping E3 2014 booth demo in its entirety.
In truth, if game director Dana Jan wasn’t holding a DualShock 4, we wouldn’t believe that parts of this video are real gameplay footage. The way that the release switches between cinematics and gunplay is incredibly impressive, as both utilise the same assets to create seamless transitions between the two.
And if you don’t believe that the cutscenes are being rendered in realtime, there’s even a glitch at the end of the demo to prove as much. It’s not all about the graphics either, with the thermite rifle encouraging you to paint gas clouds around your targets and light them up with flares. We reckon that this is shaping up nicely, and can’t wait to see more over the coming months.