Daemon X Machina Receives Very Special Limited Edition Release In EU

No word if it will arrive to NA players as well.
A very special limited edition of Daemon X Machina awaits purchasers in Europe.
A very special limited edition of Daemon X Machina awaits purchasers in Europe. Marvelous First

The yet-to-be released action shooter Daemon X Machina will be coming with more goodies than expected for its fans in Europe and from the land down under, as announced by Nintendo.

European and Australian fans of the Nintendo Switch will be getting a limited-edition option available to them once Daemon X Machina launches on September 13. The special limited-edition package, named the “Orbital Limited Edition” includes special packaging for the game, a SteelBook case, a 100-page art book, an 18cm (that’s 7.08 inches to our American friends) Arsenal figurine, and a Hangar style box compartment for your Arsenal mech. No price has been announced for the limited-edition package yet, but seeing as the game is available for pre-order for $59.99, it’s not far-fetched that the Orbital Limited Edition package may go for around $100.

While there is still no news whether this will be available for North American fans, the Nintendo Switch being region free at least offers a sigh of relief. If worst comes to worst and it does not become available (which in my opinion is highly unlikely), those in North America who want to get the special edition package can import their purchase and still get to play the game.

Daemon X Machina is an upcoming action third person shooter for the Nintendo Switch developed by Japan based Marvelous First. The plot reminds me of Fantastic Four’s story: a special wave of energy resulting from the moon hitting the planet turned the world’s Artificial Intelligence against humanity. You are part of The Outers, a group of pilots who commandeer mechs known as Arsenals. The Outers gained special powers after being affected by the mysterious energy from the moon’s collision. With your new found powers, you now serve as humanity’s protectors against the Arms of Immortals, or AIs.

Controlling an Arsenal mech and battling against AI baddies is the gist of the gameplay. Customization options are available in the Hangar, which you can use to either improve your battle prowess or just make your Arsenal look dope. You can show these off to your friends thanks to a multiplayer co-op mode available in the game, supporting up to four Arsenal pilots.

Daemon X Machina is coming to the Switch on September 13, 2019.

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