Capcom’s Deep Down Set to Be F2P

September 23, 2013 | By | 1 Comment


Sony Worldwide Studios chief Shuhei Yoshida confirmed on Saturday that Capcom has decided to make its upcoming PlayStation 4 game, Deep Down, a free-to-play experience. For those unfamiliar with free-to-play, the base game will be made available free of charge, allowing players to play for free with the most basic of game mechanics available. Micro-transactions allow players to further expand the experience through buying enhancements for the game with real money. This can include new weapons, characters, or even entire levels of the game.

Deep Down has currently only been confirmed for Japan, but many gamers were hoping for a western release based on early footage. Capcom’s F2P plans may have a heavy impact on those desires.

  • Reneid Klein

    This is good and bad news. I kind of would have preferred to just buy the game for $60 but this way more people get to play it. The problem is Capcom is the king of Nickel and Diming and won’t hesitate to bend you over and ream your wallet. Maybe I’ll just buy $60 worth of PSN cards when the game comes out and buy a bunch of DLC for it.


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