Since before the start of Tokyo Game Show we've gotten a better idea of what to expect from Capcom's PlayStation 4-exclusive deep down. According to producer Yoshinori Ono, deep down will be a free-to-play game. More after the jump.
There's been plenty of mystery surrounding Capcom's deep down RPG, which was first revealed at Sony's PlayStation 4 conference back in February. We've learned a few things since then, but even more details emerged from Sony's most recent conference, including the fact that the online-only PS4 exclusive is set in New York in the year 2094.
Remember when Capcom showed deep down during Sony's PlayStation 4 conference, and everyone was wowed by what appeared to be an impossibly beautiful fantasy game? Well, more info is coming, and Capcom Online Games is teasing the multiplayer online "memory reading" RPG in a new video after the jump.
Remember the stunning Deep Down trailer Capcom used to show off its potential new title and Panta Rhei engine running on PlayStation 4? It was a doozy, and some took its title letters and medieval style to mean it could be a new Dragon's Dogma game. According to Capcom, however, that's not the case. Read on for more.
Deep Down (working title) is in development for PlayStation 4, and the clip they presented at last night's event does a good job of showing off Capcom's new Panta Rhei engine. Check out the presentation after the jump.