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Capcom Releases Gorgeous New Screens Of Deep Down

Posted on Wednesday, September 18 @ 06:38:33 Eastern by Alex_Osborn


Our friends at Capcom have released a handful of new screenshots, which showcase the gorgeous visuals of its upcoming PS4-excluisve Deep Down.

While they may not be quite as stunning as that original debut trailer at Sony's PlayStation 4 reveal, it's clear that we're getting a look at actual gameplay this time around, so keep that in mind. 



Deep Down is an online-focused role-playing game from the guys at Capcom, and while we still don't know a whole lot about the game aside from its clear emphasis on fantasy elements in a futuristic setting, it's safe to say this will prove to be one of the many compelling reasons to pick up a PS4 in 2014.



What do you think of the game's visuals based off of these screens? Do they look "next-gen" enough for you? Let us know in the comments below.

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