Ferocious treasure chest monsters and 4 player boss fights await
In the video you can see some of Deep Down’s monsters, dangerous looking fanged treasure chest mimics and rock monsters are shown, as well as a giant many-clawed boss that is the focus of a 4 player co-operative battle. You are also shown some 2 player multiplayer action moving through dark dungeons, lava caves and ruined castles.
Speaking to Dualshockers, Deep Down Producer Kazunori Sugiura has revealed recently that the planned public beta in Japan, already beset by delays, has now been moved to 2015.
While there is still no word regarding Deep Down coming to the west, the new footage is showing the game is moving along nicely. Deep Down is a free-to-play game on PS4 that we watch with anticipation, we’ll be reporting on developments as they happen.
Deep Down is showing lots of promise