Daemon X Machina to Get Content Updates, Official Soundtrack Released

Daemon X Machina is not only getting plenty of content updates and support in the future but also an excellent physical and digital soundtrack.

Daemon X Machina, which released on Nintendo earlier this month, will be getting content updates according to Marvelous’s official site. The future content plans for the title is as followed:

  • October: 1-on-1 and 2-on-2 battle modes; rankings for bounties
  • Early November: three collaborations with popular franchises, adding costumes and Arsenals
  • Late November: special Reclaimers for co-op mode; new weapons, armor and bosses
  • December: new Reclaimers for co-op mode; new weapons, armor and more

Meanwhile the entire Daemon X Machina Original Soundtrack is now available as a physical CD from CDJapan or Play-Asia for ¥3,700 (or roughly $35 USD). The physical version features over 45 tracks of music which spans about three hours total. Here’s the official cover art for the album:

Daemon X Machina to Get Content Updates, Official Soundtrack Released

The soundtrack is also available in digital format on platforms including iTunesGoogle Play, Spotify, Amazon Music, and others for around $16. For fans of the game, the music is an absolute treat and is definitely worth a listen to.

Check out the Japanese launch trailer for the game, which showcases plenty of the high-octane action the game has become known for. The trailer also quotes famous historical leaders such as Gaius Julis Ceasar and Napoleon, and illustrates them with story cutscenes. Whether said comparisons make sense is a separate matter, however.

Daemon X Machina, which received a trailer detailing all the major improvements made pre-launch during E3, launched on September 13th of this year. You can purchase Daemon X Machina here or, if you need more convincing, see why this game shouldn’t be slept on by both Switch owners and fans of the mech genre by checking out our review.

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