Deep Down Gets a New Trailer at TGS, Shows Gameplay and Gigantic Monsters

By   /   Sep 18, 2014

At Tokyo Game Show, publisher Capcom has released a new trailer for the upcoming free-to-play title for PS4, Deep Down.

While the game is still without a release date, producer Kazunori Sugiura has confirmed in an article published in the weekly Famitsu Magazine that Deep Down is now 60% complete.

The new trailer shows some impressive graphics and gives a peek at the 2094 version of New York City. From the looks of it, screenshots leaked earlier this week were taken from this trailer.

As you know, Deep Down is about looking into memories of valuable artifacts and through them, visiting the past (Does it ring any bells? Animus?).

As the video shows the gameplay style is dungeon crawler and players will encounter some nasty creatures. And of course, what will dungeons be without our beloved Dragons, right?
The flame throwing creatures will try to squash you every chance they get and judging by the footage, gameplay of Deep Down will feature some thrilling moments.

Since TGS last year, the game’s single and multiplayer portions are now 60% and 40% complete respectively. So, I think we can expect the game sometime in summer 2015. In addition, some new screens are also available and you can check them out below. Deep Down will be available exclusively on Playstation 4.

So what do you think? Are you looking forward to Deep Down? Share with us in the comments section.

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