On the occasion of the second anniversary of Daemon X Machina, a title developed by the Japanese studio Marvelous released on Nintendo Switch and PC, the game’s producer, Kenichiro Tsukuda, has made a live broadcast where it has been confirmed that there will be a sequel. However, the news has been given in words, without offering details or even showing a trailer or logo. In fact, Tsukuda has explained that the team is motivated with this new project, although they will wait a while until it is shown to the public.
This is the first Daemon X Machina
Daemon X Machina is a action game and mecha whose story shows the fall of the Moon, when humanity creates an advanced artificial intelligence to rebuild the world. However, as a result of the same disaster, the Immortals appear, a race of evil machines that turns artificial intelligence against its creators. The hope that augured a better future soon turns into a ruthless fight for survival.
In this way, players become embroiled in a seemingly endless war between the consortia and the Immortals, with the fate of humanity in the balance. In the ranks of the Reclaimers, an elite group of mercenaries, embark on unlocking the secret of the Immortals before it’s too late.
Until next September 19, Daemon X Machina has a Free trial for Nintendo Switch Online subscribers, who can enjoy up to ten missions of the full game, including two in local cooperative mode, and then can transfer progress to the full version of the game if purchased. The sequel to the game, of which no details have been offered, it seems that it will take a few years to arrive.
▪ Release date: 09/13/2019