New ‘Daemon X Machina’ Trailer Shows Characters, Mech Action, and a September Release Date
During Nintendo’s E3 2019 direct, developer Marvelous dropped a new trailer with a release date for the upcoming third-person action shooter, Daemon X Machina. The game is set to launch on Nintendo Switch on September 13, 2019.
The trailer showcased a few more cinematics from the single-player story as well as some fast and furious action scenes. In the game, it’ll be up to you to defend the planet and defeat corrupted A.I. using your Arsenal, a fully customizable mechanized battle suit. You won’t be stuck with only being able to use a handful of weapons since you’ll be able to choose and equip your suit with a multitude of weapons — and obtain even more weapons from downed enemies. If you ever get tired of a weapon or desperately need a new weapon on the spot, you’ll have the option to swap weapons on the fly.
Daemon X Machina was first unveiled at last year’s E3, E3 2018. The game’s producer is quite known in the mech fan world as its Kenichiro Tsukuda, famous for his work on the beloved yet currently, missing-in-action mech series, Armored Core.
For those that want to make sure they get the game ASAP, pre-orders are available via select retailers and the Nintendo e-Shop.
Witness epic mech fights in Daemon X Machina thanks to the trailer below:
During the Nintendo Treehouse event, more gameplay footage was shown:
Author’s take: The more I see from this game the more it scratches the itch I have for more Zone of the Enders. Of course, this game is more bright and just begging to be played on a Pro controller.
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