New deep down Trailer, Still No Time Frame For Its Release

By Sato . June 11, 2014 . 2:45am

In deep down, players will travel to the past by reading memories in order to solve mysteries that took place during that time. While Capcom didn’t show too much of it in E3, they shared a look at the game’s latest “E3 2014 Version” trailer.


The video is similar to the one we saw earlier this year, but it starts out with a glimpse of what looks like the futuristic-looking present day of deep down, which quickly cuts to what looks like the depths of a castle dungeon.


The character shown in the trailer looks like a traditional knight with a sword and shield, but the upcoming free-to-play action game has more to offer, with different weapons and strategies that will need to be considered before exploring the dungeons.


deep down is currently in development for PlayStation 4.

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  • Milewide

    I hope this game gets the fair free-to-play treatment.

    • videoman190

      It’s already confirmed that is is free-to-play

      • Milewide

        Yes, but there are good and bad models for free-to-play games. Being able to buy something for real money that immediately makes you stronger in-game, referred to as “buying power”, is typically bad.

        • darke

          There’s pay2win, free2grind, and buy-a-hat. Only the last one seems to produce non-player-abusive gameplay and funds itself via sales of hats, skins, or alternate (but balanced) character options.

          The non-abusive free-to-play games are unfortunately rare in the sea of deliberately bad game design.

          • Milewide

            That’s a very good summary!

          • midgard229

            vindictus imo is the best freetoplay

          • Demeanor

            I enjoy League a whole lot, another example of f2p done well.

          • Juan Andrés Valencia

            TERA and Rift have genuinely good F2P models. At least for MMO’s.

            The same goes for Blacklight Retribution, Loadout and Planetside 2.

    • SolRevr

      Yeah, it looks badass. Hoping they go with something that is just buying the game in a few chunks or full game outright if you like the ‘demo’ free-to-play version. No buying dumb items, or worse, renting items *shudder*.

  • Tarkovsky

    Wished they had shown more but still look forward to future updates. This has to be the potential to be super addictive with the Rogue-like aspects of the game.

  • Guest

    Capcom: “We got NO plans for WiiU version of MH4G”

    • Brandonmkii

      Old news.

  • Namuro

    Damn, this game looks lovely.

  • Thats cool its free to play

  • pokeslob

    I hope they release a retail version, just so I can play this good looking game and skip the free-to-play bullshit.

  • fairysun

    Dark Souls says hi

  • Kornelious

    Looks like it’s Capcom’s turn at E3…..

    I at the very least thought we would release date for this already….Jeez what’s taking this game so long?

    But you know what, I don’t really care as long as Capcom announes the big title We’ve all been waiting for…….DRAGONS DOGMA 2! :D DOn’t screw this up capcom >:(

    • Demeanor

      I would give an arm and a leg for a next gen Dogma, one of the best games of the waning generation imho. Epic, with a distinct atmosphere, magic done RIGHT, about dragons, open world, customizability, action, romanceable bearded blacksmiths and loli witches, etc etc. also best dragon fight ever vs Grigori.
      And Dark Arisen’s crazy difficulty paired up with the cursed loot craze only added fuel to the wyrmfire :D

      • Kornelious

        See, this guy gets it! Every word he speaks is TRUTH!

        Hire him Capcom, things will go much smoother for you! XD

  • Demeanor

    The Souls vibe is stronger than ever, this is exactly how any sane person would imagine a PS4 Souls game to look.

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