Two new gameplay videos of Capcom’s PlayStation 4-exclusive Deep Down have appeared online, showing off both the game’s single-player and multiplayer.
The game is apparently set in New York in 2094, according to Capcom’s Yoshinori Ono, however we are still yet to see much of this setting. The game will allow players to access people’s memories–Assassin’s Creed-style.
The first video demonstrates movement, attacks, combat, and loot hunting in one of the game’s procedurally-generated dungeons. The second video focuses on the game’s multiplayer component and features two knights exploring a dungeon before coming across two other knights fighting a giant dragon. At one point, one of the players freezes time and queues up several attacks which all activate once time is unfrozen.
Deep Down is set to release in 2014 and will be a free-to-play title.