PS4 Exclusive Deep Down Gets New Information and Artwork, Shows Awesome and Realistic Medieval Armor

on December 5, 2013 5:12 AM

Capcom shared some more information on Deep Down‘s armor, also releasing a quite great piece of concept artwork showcasing suits inspired by realistic 15th century armor.

The armor in the picture at the bottom of this post has been designed to express the realistic feel of medieval protections with several layers of metal, or with quilted equipment made to soften blows.

Since the players will access various dungeons by touching a series of stone statues, they will appear in the dungeon equipped with the appropriate armor stored in the corresponding statue itself (meaning that the armor pictured below probably belongs to the 15th century Bohemia dungeon featured in the Tokyo Game Show trailer).

Each suit of armor is divided in different parts like arms or head, and different skills will be enabled by different combinations of armor and location.

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