Daemon X Machina Introduces Characters In A New Trailer

Check out the factions involved in the game.
Marvelous First has released a new trailer for Daemon X Machina which provides more insight into the game's characters.
Marvelous First has released a new trailer for Daemon X Machina which provides more insight into the game's characters. Marvelous First

The upcoming third-person mecha action shooter Daemon X Machina has just unveiled a new character trailer with less than a week until its release. Publisher Nintendo and developer Marvelous First Studios showcased the game’s characters and their factions in the two minute 45 second trailer.

Daemon X Machina follows the story of a planet’s struggle against a sentient A.I. uprising which was caused by a cataclysmic event where the moon collided with the Earth. To defeat the aliens and save humanity, a group of highly skilled pilots commandeer technologically advanced mechs. This group of pilots, called the Outers, have also been affected by the moon collision, which gave them powers. It is here that they will act as the chosen guardians of humanity and battle against the sentient AI threat.

Here is the list of the characters in their respective factions as seen in the trailer:

Bullet Works

  • Brigadier General
  • Crimson Loard
  • Bishop
  • Diablo
  • Painkiller
  • Drake
  • Bone Box
  • Falcon
  • Johnny G
  • Artist


  • Grief
  • Regret
  • Gloomy

Panzer Crown

  • Guns Empress
  • Rose Queen
  • Crown Princess

Western Vii

  • Reaper
  • Nameless
  • Rouge Cinderella
  • Klondike
  • Red Dog
  • Gargantuan
  • Sif Ayer,

Five Hells

  • Savior
  • Nemesis
  • Abyss
  • Heaven
  • Knight

Steel Knights

  • Deva
  • Zoa

Immortal innocence

  • Jack
  • Crow
  • Rigid
  • Notes
  • Chill

Daemon X Machina’s gameplay revolves around the player’s control of the mechas, called Arsenal, and combating an array of AI controlled enemies such as giant tanks, drones, sentient robots, and gigantic dreadnoughts. Daemon X Machina also puts a huge focus on character customization for either your own Avatar or Arsenal, such as changing clothes or equipping new weapons. Other features include the ability to upgrade your physical combat abilities, learn new skills through body modification, and the option to eject from your own mech in the middle of combat for those who like a little more challenge.

Developer Kenichiro Tsukuda (Armored Core) and his development team aim to make Daemon X Machina “the best mech action game,” and so far I can only assume that fans are hoping it doesn’t disappoint. Daemon X Machina releases for the Nintendo Switch on September 13. For those who are looking for a preview for the game, a “Prologue” demo is currently available on the Nintendo eShop.

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