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Deep Down is Still in the Works at Capcom

Posted February 20, 2015 by Kat in News

Since its first announcement with the reveal of the PlayStation 4 a couple years back, Deep Down has been a significant project in the works for developer Capcom.  And many had likely hoped we would see it sooner rather than later on Sony’s newest system.  Unfortunately, word on the title has been scarce for some time now, to the point that many started to wonder if it perhaps had been cancelled.

Fortunately, producer Yoshinori Ono has spoken out about the project, including offering up assurance that the project is still very much in the works, but has also undergone some significant changes.  “It looks like Deep Down will take just a little longer,” Ono said.  “It also looks like some people are starting to ask ‘did the development come to a halt?’ but it’s nothing like that. We’re thinking about showing something that looks completely different from what previously shown, although it might be a while from now.”

Ono then explained that the ideas for the game have become “much larger” than what was originally intended back at the game’s first announcement, and that they felt the original ideas “might not have been good enough.”  He further emphasized the title’s online functionality, citing it as largely important to the game’s success.

“When looking back at the previous ideas we had for Deep Down, we felt concerns about it not being able to capture an audience as we would’ve liked, so it was decided to give it more time so that we can further enhance it,” Ono said.

Source: GameSpot

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