Capcom’s Deep Down was first revealed alongside the PlayStation 4 itself in early 2013, however seven years later the sport nonetheless has not seen the sunshine of day. Pitched as a free-to-play medieval fantasy recreation, Deep Down was produced by Street Fighter‘s Yoshinori Ono, who’s now not employed at Capcom. There hasn’t been a lot in the way in which of recent data on Deep Down within the years since its announcement, and it appears followers will not be getting any concrete solutions about it anytime quickly.
Bloomberg’s Jason Schreier lately spoke with former PlayStation boss Shawn Layden and requested no matter occurred to Deep Down. After desirous about the query for a second, Layden reportedly responded that he has “no idea” what occurred with the sport. It appears that anybody intrigued by Deep Down‘s reveal trailer and hoping to be taught extra in regards to the recreation will proceed to be out of luck for now.
While Capcom has not issued a proper announcement about Deep Down‘s potential cancellation, it appears extremely unlikely that the sport is in energetic improvement in any severe capability. The solely indicators of life have been Capcom’s frequent Deep Down trademark renewals. And whereas this does recommend that Capcom plans on doing one thing with Deep Down sooner or later, followers should not maintain their breath, particularly with producer Yoshinori Ono now not with Capcom.
Ono’s departure from Capcom makes it even much less doubtless that Deep Down will ever see the sunshine of day, however there’s nonetheless the off likelihood it may occur sooner or later down the road. As it stands, Capcom’s plate appears to be fairly full for the time being, having simply launched Resident Evil Village not too way back and dealing on next-gen recreation Pragmata, which is believed to be coming sooner or later in 2022.
The Capcom ransomware assault has revealed a number of the firm’s different plans within the close to future, together with a Resident Evil 4 remake and a sequel to Dragon’s Dogma. There was no point out of Deep Down within the recordsdata that had been stolen from Capcom, and so if the sport ever does make a comeback, followers should not count on to see it for years to return.
In the meantime, Capcom will probably be at Tokyo Game Show 2021, so followers of the corporate ought to be taught extra about its future plans on the occasion. No one ought to go into it anticipating to see something about Deep Down, nevertheless.
Deep Down was in improvement for PS4.