Capcom Aiming for a Ten Year Life Span With PS4 Exclusive Deep Down

Upcoming PS4 exclusive Deep Down is due out later this year and ahead of its release Capcom have published a new interview with Deep Down developer Teruki Miyashita.

During the interview Miyashita explained that Capcom are looking to support their games for ten years, including the free-to-play RPG Deep Down.

We’re looking at a ten-year span for the online games. For the first three years, we’ll be diving in deeply to see what features are popular among the users.

The firm also seems to be taking player feedback to the heart of development process, stating that future updates will be directly influenced by player feedback.

That is to say, if we prepared five plans at the start of the service and two of them gained positive responses from the users, we will further develop those two and reform and transform the other three plans that didn’t work out. Thus we can bring the service closer to what our users want and can enjoy for years to come. Even though we have already planned a schedule for a ten-year-period, we’re always open to modifications.

Deep Down is due out later this year on the PS4 and will be free to download and play. There’s no official release date as of yet, but keep tuned in for more info.

Chris Harding

British fella who lives off of tea and coffee. Fanatical about anything gaming, even partial to a bit Snakes 'n' Ladders, a game which he takes much more seriously than anybody else does.

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