New Deep Down trailer Takes You To 1494 and Back to 2094's New York
At this years Tokyo Game Show, Capcom's latest trailer for Deep Down, the third-person free-to-play dungeon-crawler, finally gave us a much more informative look at the PlayStation 4-exclusive Free-to-Play title. In truth, this is the most we've had the opportunity to see regarding the title from Capcom's Online Games division since last year's Tokyo Game Show. The two-minute trailer out of TGS 2014 features both demonstrations of third-person and first-person gameplay.
The game takes place both in 1494, where you're forced to clear out dungeons as a knight facing up against bloodthirsty monsters, as well as New York, far into the future of 2094, where futuristic woes abound. There's an interesting disconnect between the two worlds (as there should be), and the nasties "deep down" look extremely formidable, just as they should be. It's looking good, but there's still no concrete release date yet, even for Japan. The trailer ends with a promise for 2015, but we've yet to nail down anything more than that.
Perhaps additional details will come out in the months to come after Tokyo Game Show ends.
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