Deep Down Might Be For Sony What Scalebound Eventually Became For Microsoft

Where it counts. The specific name is starting to go up against the quality of unfinished games. Games like Duke Nukem which grieved themselves by going through development Hell with scarcely a mumble of a report on their advance. A game that once held so much guarantee has subsided into the woodwork. Also, just the staunchest of cheerful fans have pondered about the destiny of what should be a PS4 exclusive. With four years passed by, what has happened to this once encouraging RPG? Furthermore, will it get a similar destiny that Microsoft’s Scalebound got?

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What is happening with the PS4 exclusive Deep Down? Will it be crossed out like Scalebound for Microsoft’s Xbox One?

Capcom presumably needs to complete this game. Be that as it may, ‘Deep Down’ Sony needed a greater exclusive so they took care of everything for Street Fighter V instead of footing the bill for this game. Hopefully, they rejected the free to play idea. Maybe that is what’s taking so long. It appeared like it had a ton of potential. Perhaps we’ll see it again redesigned at E3, that would be cool.

By and by, we wouldn’t fret microtransactions on a free to play game since that is a method for covering costs. Where we adhere to a meaningful boundary is when microtransactions get to be pay to win. And when that happens, most players more often than not erase the game from their library.

Then again, regardless of the possibility that it gets released, we don’t think it will be great. We know next to nothing about it, and it is by Capcom. Our desires for this are entirely low since we don’t comprehend what it will play like. Wouldn’t shock us on the off chance that it was canned.

Capcom said they were doing a reversal to overhaul the game and that they would have something to demonstrate later. Capcom has been having money-related inconveniences. So it’s conceivable that it’s been cut out. Be that as it may, we haven’t generally observed individuals clamoring for it consistently, week, or even month unlike with Scalebound. Maybe they won’t be as disappointed as Xbox One fans were if this game gets canceled.

Source: Extra Life

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