DAEMON X MACHINA Will Be Getting Competitive Multiplayer After It Launches

According to some newly revealed information by the game's Director, Daemon X Machina will be getting a Competitive Multiplayer Mode after the game's launch.

Kenichiro Tsukuda, the Director for Marvelous!'s Daemon X Machina, has revealed some juicy new details about the upcoming "mech-action" title — which is expected to release, exclusively for the Nintendo Switch, on the 13th of September.

Acording to Tsukuda, players will be driving Arsenals(the name this game uses for the mechs) and they will be able to move freely on both land or the air; making combat a whole lot more enthralling and dynamic. Another thing that players can do during combats is stealing their enemies' weapons in real time, in order to make their own Arsenal even more powerful.

Perhaps the most interesting detail that Tsukuda revealed is that Daemon X Machina already features a Co-op mode, but after the game's launch, a Competitive Multiplayer Mode will be added via an update, so there are quite a bunch of features for players to look forward to.






A brand-new, fast-paced mech action game from Kenichiro Tsukuda is coming to Nintendo Switch. Take your Arsenal, a fully customizable powered suit, out for an array of missions to surmount the enemy at all costs.

Daemon X Machina will be available exclusively for the Nintendo Switch on the 13th of September.
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