Switch Exclusive Daemon X Machina Gets New Trailer Showing Off Improvements

Improvements incoming, sir.


A free demo of Daemon X Machina launched in February prior to the release date announcement made during Nintendo's E3 2019 Direct. Though the company pulled the demo off the Eshop in Mach, we're getting another look at the mech action game in the form of a new feedback trailer, highlighting the various improvements coming to Daemon X Machina when it releases this September.

The two-minute trailer goes through a flurry of adjustments and improvements made to both quality of life and game feel. Some changes include new equipment that locks on to enemies, the ability to see enemy health bars, indicators showing the direction of enemy fire, slight alterations to default button configurations, and more. Developers Marvelous First Studio is also making use of the Nintendo Switch's motion controls, implementing a new Gyro aiming system that can be toggled on and off.

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Daemon X Machina is a third-person action game where you pilot giant mechs called Arsenals to fight other giant mechs. It features character and mech customization and modification. The demo, called "Prototype Missions," launched with four separate missions showing off the basic controls and combat scenarios, as well as a boss battle with a humongous mech.

Daemon X Machina will launch exclusively for Nintendo Switch on September 13.

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