“The Order: 1886” will launch exclusively for the PlayStation 4 on Feb. 20, but one player who received an early copy reportedly beat the upcoming single-player action-adventure game in less than five hours. Twitter user @PNF4LYFE noticed the accomplishment by PSN user wMikkel on the PlayStation network and questioned the authenticity of one user completing the title in a four hour and 52 minute hour time span. He also posted a link to the accomplishment on Twitter.
â€” Major Pancakes (@MajPancakes) February 4, 2015
So Order was finished in 4 and a half hours from achieving 1st trophy? also 77 percent trophy in 1 day? is this real? http://t.co/Tdjb9IAzCv
â€” Tim Dog (@PNF4LYFE) February 4, 2015
The user hasn’t verified whether he skipped the game’s dramatic sequences or if he was purposely running through “The Order: 1886” to see how quickly he could beat it. Five hours doesn’t necessarily mean it’s a bad game, either, though some may be hesitant to spend $60 on a title that can be defeated so quickly.
“The Order: 1886” is set in an alternate history where an ancient order of knights is responsible for keeping the world safe from half-human, half-animal monsters. Based in the 19th century, the story focuses on the war between King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table and the monsters. A newly discovered supernatural substance called black water allows the knights to heal themselves and extend their lives.
Last year, developers confirmed that they would include weapons created by Nikola Tesla.
We apologize for the error made relating to the time frame it took user wMikkel to beat "The Order: 1886." It took less than five hours between the first trophy earned and the game's completion, not to complete the entire game.