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Capcom is currently working on PlayStation 4 exclusive Deep Down, which is a free-to-play online-only game in development using the latest Panta Rhei engine from Capcom.
Deep Down is set to receive a public beta this August in Japan, which was actually delayed from its original announced date to August. This delay sparked some criticism over the development of the game, that it might be in trouble.
In a latest update on the official Deep Down twitter account, Capcom has confirmed that the development of the game is going smoothly and also shared a brand new 1080p screenshot which shows the trap that players will encounter in the dungeons. The public beta is also set to launch this August. You can check out this new screenshot below.
Deep Down was originally showcased at the PlayStation meeting conference in February last year. It was subsequently shown at Tokyo Game Show in Japan but missed the E3 this year. While there is no confirmation of a western release, it is likely coming to the west as well since it is a co-development effort between Capcom and Sony Computer Entertainment Japan.
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