Daemon X Machina making the leap from Nintendo Switch to Steam

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Daemon X Machina, the third-person mech shooter from designer Splendid, is coming to Windows PC later on this month. Formerly launched on Nintendo Switch (and released by Nintendo there), the PC port will drop on Steam on Feb. 13, released by Xseed.

Daemon X Machina was produced by Kenichiro Tsukuda, a veteran of FromSoftware’s Armored Core series, and features mech styles from Shoji Kawamori, likewise an Armored Core veterinarian. Daemon X Machina’s Toolbox mech fits let players fly a customized character around a range of cityscapes, each consisting of several objectives, consisting of boss battles. Players can restore brand-new equipment from opponents, consisting of laser swords and explosive weapons.

The game features online competitive battles in 1v1 and 2v2 versus modes, along with four-player co-op.

The PC version of Daemon X Machina is priced at $5999, with a 20% pre-order discount rate bringing that down to $4799 The Steam version will consist of “all content updates consisting of brand-new Toolbox equipment, cosmetic choices, Colossal Immortal battles, and a co-op Expedition Objective mode,” however will not consist of some certified add- on material. The Switch version included a tie-in with CD Projekt Red’s The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt in the type of character skins based upon Geralt and Ciri.

Tristan Dyason
Tristan Dyason
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