Say Goodbye to THE ORDER: 1886 Sequel as Ready at Dawn Joins the Oculus Studios Family


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Say Goodbye to THE ORDER: 1886 Sequel as Ready at Dawn Joins the Oculus Studios Family

Ready at Dawn — the award-winning makers of God of War: Chains of Olympus and Ghost of Sparta — has officially joined the Oculus Studios family, indicating that an Order: 1886 sequel probably won't happen.

Although 2015's The Order: 1886 wasn't a huge sales hit — it also didn't receive raving reviews  — it remains one of the best-looking PS4–exclusive games. Unfortunately for fans of the original, it's clear now that Ready at Dawn is not collaborating with Sony anymore — despite recent "reports" floating around the Internet — and if someone is developing a sequel to The Order: 1886, it definitely isn't the Irvine-based company.

Most recently, Ready at Dawn has been creating smaller — and more importantly, Oculus Rift-exclusive — titles like Lone Echo and Echo Arena — the studio's acquisition by Oculus was only a matter of time, really.

According to Oculus — a division of Facebook — the team will continue "creating memorable, immersive, and innovative VR content for gamers around the world as an independently-operated studio. We’re thrilled to welcome them to the family," Mike Verdu, vice president of AR/VR content at Facebook, added.

Ready at Dawn is currently working on Lone Echo II, which is coming to Oculus Rift at some point this year.

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