Action-Based Deep-Sea Adventure ‘Shinsekai: Into the Depths’ Announced for Apple Arcade

Capcom has announced that Shinsekai: Into the Depths, a brand new IP, has launched on Apple Arcade for all iOS devices. Apple Arcade subscribers get the full version of the game, including all updates and expansions, without any ads or additional in-game purchases.

Shinsekai: Into the Depths is an action-based deep-sea exploration game in which players assume the role of the last-surviving human being who must venture into an unexplored, aquatic world. Rather than exploring aimlessly, in Shinsekai: Into the Depths, players can collect resources that will allow them to upgrade their gear, craft new items and advance deeper into the abyss.

There is a bit of a challenge to overcome when exploring, however, as players must make sure to keep a close eye on their oxygen and pressure levels as they further explore and discover mysterious ruins. Don’t be put off by the survival mechanics, however, as players of all skill levels should be able to easily dive in and play without a problem. That said, surviving the deep sea is going to be difficult to master and will challenge the most experienced divers.

According to a press release, The Shinsekai: Into the Depths development team took a console-quality approach to the project in order to provide players with an original and immersive new gaming experience. To enhance the underwater atmosphere, the developers at Capcom Japan took recorded music and sound effects and played them through speakers that were submerged in water and re-recorded new audio, creating an extra level of underwater realism. Because of this, it may be best to play the game with headphones on, but of course, play the game any way you’d like.

Take a deep dive into The Shinsekai: Into the Depths thanks to the trailer and screenshots below:


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Brad Crespo

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