Deep Down could be headed to Xbox One as well as PlayStation 4, according to Capcom's latest annual report.
In the report, published earlier today, Capcom said that it was "moving forward with the development of new title 'deep down' for next-generation consoles, representing the culmination of Capcom technology and our next leap forward".
It also suggested that the game was a multi-platform game twice more in the report, stating that it was "currently developing 'deep down', which integrates the latest state-of-the-art technology for next-generation non-portable consoles such as the soon-to-be-released PlayStation 4," and while talking about the game's engine Panta Rhei.
"The counterpart in collaboration for the 'Panta Rhei' game engine is the title 'deep down' for next-generation consoles," the report reads. "We are pushing ahead with development in tandem with the title development team."
Though Capcom doesn't mention Xbox One by name, referring to the title as a game targeted "for next-generation consoles" suggests that the game could be on the way to Microsoft's console in addition to PS4.
Capcom has only previously confirmed Deep Down for launch on PlayStation 4.
The publisher's comments appear to clash with those of Yoshinori Ono, who appeared to suggest that Deep Down was a PS4 exclusive earlier in the week.
It was also revealed earlier this week that the game was set in a futuristic vision of New York, with players able to replay past memories.
A release date for the game has yet to be announced.
Source: Capcom Annual Report 2013