Daemon X Machina is already one of the most anticipated exclusives coming to the Nintendo Switch, but Marvelous Entertainment is set on building the hype even more. \n \nThe studio just released a brand new trailer for the giant-mech action game, and it's impressive to say the least. The trailer begins with a bit of story, though it's entirely in Japanese, before moving on to showcase some of the intense action players can expect. The game is shaping up to be a beautifully chaotic affair, with plenty of bright colors, explosions, and neon laser blasts filling the screen in every battle. \n \nThe trailer shows off a number of features, from skill-trees to customization, and gives a good look at what we can expect to see when it comes to multiplayer. Check out the trailer below: \n \nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=gxezKs4AZvk \n \nIn Daemon X Machina, players take on the role of a pilot who is deeply involved in a war against corrupt AI. Using your personal mech, referred to as your Arsenal, you'll take down fast-moving enemy mechs and giant robotic bosses as you fight to save humanity. Throughout the game, you'll be able to customize your Arsenal with a variety of weapons and skills to help you take down the enemy. Not only can you build up your own Arsenal, you'll be able to steal equipment mid-battle, making sure you're always equipped to deal with any situation. \n \nOne of the more interesting features of the game is the customization, which extends far beyond skills and weapons. Players can also change the look of their pilot and mech through a variety of cosmetic options and colors, ensuring that no two players will have the same Arsenal. This feature will be especially noticeable in the game's multiplayer, which allows up to four people, each with their own Switch and copy of the game, to connect together for some impressive-looking co-op action. \n \nMarvelous Entertainment has also announced that competitive multiplayer will be coming to the game sometime in the future, though release window was announced. It's a good sign that the company plans on supporting the game after its release, so let's hope we hear more about it soon. \n \nIf you're itching to get your hands on the game, make sure to check out the lengthy demo that is available on the digital store, where you can get plenty of first-hand experience piloting the mech and facing off against some cool foes. Luckily, we don't have to wait much longer for the game's release. Daemon X Machina is set for release on September 13th exclusively for Nintendo Switch.