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GDC 11: Forget Shark Week, Depth is where it's at


4:40 PM on 03.04.2011



Treasure-looting divers versus a shiver of sharks, wrapped up in an Unreal Engine-powered bundle. Yes, Depth looks increasingly like the multiplayer PC game we never knew we so desperately wanted.

The team has sent out a new video, which offers a brief look at the action from the shark's perspective, and what types of actions divers will be tasked with performing. Namely, stealing, tagging, and dying. Plenty of death all around.

The hilarity of seeing human names paired up with monstrous sharks is a nice contrast to the terrifying location Depth takes place in. For your sake, I hope you don't have a pre-existing fear of the ocean. Give the official site a look for some newish screenshots, too.

California Scüba Alles: Depth GDC Trailer [Rock, Paper, Shotgun]






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