Capcom's free-to-play PlayStation 4 action game Deep Down was originally set for beta this summer, but that's since been changed. Producer Kazunori Sugiura announced plans to push the beta back to 2015, and while we don't have localization details yet, we do have some new footage after the jump.
Capcom has a quick bit of info on Deep Down, the free-to-play action-RPG in development for PlayStation 4. In a Facebook update, producer Kazunori Sugiura said a public beta test is planned for this summer in Japan, and we can expect an update on the game's progress in June. Hit the jump for two new screens.
Hey, it's February 22 in Japan, which means PlayStation 4 is finally out there! Capcom is celebrating the launch with a 2.22 trailer for free-to-play PS4 RPG Deep Down. Open your eyeballs and use them to watch it after the jump.
While Capcom has yet to confirm its PlayStation 4 online action-RPG Deep Down for the west, it seems more or less a no-brainer. While nothing has been formally announced, it's not too surprising to see that Capcom recently registered the Deep Down trademark for North America and Europe. Read on for more.
We haven't seen too much of Capcom's online-only, free-to-play deep down action-RPG lately, so the recently released prologue trailer is brief but refreshing. Enjoy another cinematic look at the upcoming PlayStation 4 multiplayer dungeon-crawler, as well as some fresh screens, after the jump.