PS4 Exclusive Deep Down Promised “As Soon as Possible Next Year,” as Capcom Looks to 2013’s Successful Outings

on December 31, 2013 3:56 PM

Many are wondering when the PS4 exclusive Deep Down will be released, especially since a few websites spread the rumor of a possible delay due the fact that the company is still seeking developers for the game, but today Capcom tweeted to look back at the successful outings of the game happened in 2013, and promising that we’ll play it “as soon as possible next year.”

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Here’s a translation of the message across the two tweets:

There’s only a little bit until this year ends. Deep Down was announced at the PlayStation Meeting 2013, it was playable at the Tokyo Game Show 2013, where it managed to get a Future Division Japan Game Award.

We’d like to thank everyone, and thanks to your support we’ll work hard so that everyone will be able to play as soon as possible next year!

We’ll continue to provide new information next year, like the trailer that we released on the 27th.

While we don’t yet know when “as soon as possible” will be, Capcom doesn’t seem to intend to rest on the laurels of the massive interest generated by the free to play PS4 exclusive in 2013.

Hopefully we’ll hear a firm release date, possibly for the west as well, soon enough.

Update: a third tweet celebrating the release of the PS4 in 2014 and wishing everyone a happy new year has just been published.


Happy new year and thank you again. This year is a very important one for Deep Down. PS4 will finally be released on February the 22nd. Thank to your support the team will continue to work hard together on Deep Down.

It’s important to mention that the date is related to the launch of the PS4, and nothing in the wording suggests that Deep Down will be released at the same time. Hopefully, though, it won’t be too far off.

 /  Executive News Editor
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