New Deep Down gameplay shown off in new developer video

Capcom’s free-to-play Dark Souls-a-like Deep Down has had some new gameplay shown off, courtesy of the title’s developers.

The gothic action game was originally teased alongside the PS4 reveal, before disappearing for a few months.

The new developer report video shows some mechanics reminiscent of punishing RPG Dark Souls, including traps and monsters disguised as chests.

The video, narrated in Japanese, also shows off the game’s two to four player multiplayer, as the characters explore caves, lava-filled caverns and crumbling ruins.

The game is yet to be confirmed for a Western release, but has previously been rumoured for a 2015 release in the East.

Take a look at the new footage below:

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