The Order: 1886 is just under a month away from release now and went gold last week, which means it’s completely finished and is getting ready to ship out to your greasy hands. As with all games this generation, everything needs to be installed and of course with how big our hard-drives are on the new consoles that’s no issue. Oh wait…

Well, The Order: 1886 is going to take up a good chunk of your hard-drive on your PS4 as the game is listed at 30 GB for the digital copy of the game. The physical copy of the game probably won’t be any different so make sure you have some space cleared once February 20th rolls around.

In addition to the install size, the full set of rating details have been released for the game via the ESRB and as expected, the game is rated M. The full set of details can be read just below:

Rated M for Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Nudity, Sexual Content and Strong Language.

We’ll be sure to continue providing details on The Order: 1886 as the game nears its release date. Follow OnlySP on Facebook and Twitter to stay up to date with all the latest, including an in-depth story analysis of the game following our review.


Nick Calandra
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  1. I don’t care what anyone says:I know I’m going to enjoy the shit out of this game

  2. Filesize doesn’t = game size. The majority of a games filesize is taken up by uncompressed audio, textures and video files. As proven by the fact somebody already beat The Order in 4 hours and 52 minutes.

    1. This is confirmed to be false information.

  3. 20 gig smaller than MGS4. On PS3.

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