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Capcom re-registered the Deep Down brand

The PS4 exclusive was revealed in 2013

If you're a fan of PlayStation and Capcom you probably know Deep Down, an ambitious game of exploring dungeons with a free-to-play scheme that was announced in 2013 as an exclusive for PlayStation 4. Just a few days of E3 2018, the studio gave A small clue that the project is still alive.

According to DualShockers, Capcom sent a request to extend the Deep Down trademark in the United States Patent and Trademark Office, which was approved this day, June 2. In this it is mentioned that the company is making a continuous effort of "research, development of products or services", that is, it is still working on the title.

The request states that Capcom is working on a product with this name. However, trademark registration can only be extended 5 times before the product is launched on the market. Each extension has 6 months, so the company would only have 3 years before losing the name "Deep Down".

Are these signs that we will see Deep Down in E3 2018? There is no certainty in it. The last time Capcom extended the brand was in February 2017, when the company reached the first extension limit in 2016. After this registration, the game was forgotten for another year, until the registration of this day.

In 2015, the producer Yoshinori Ono declared that Deep Down was not canceled he only had a change of address. "It seems that Deep Down will take a little more time. We are thinking of showing them something completely different from what we had previously taught, although it could be in a good time. "Ono pointed out at the time.

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