Daemon X Machina producer Kenichiro Tsukuda promises sequel

"It's going to take some time."

Daemon X Machina

At the end of today’s Daemon X Machina 2nd Anniversary live stream, Marvelous subsidiary First Studio producer Kenichiro Tsukuda promised a sequel.

“While this isn’t really an announcement, I’d like to make a strong declaration as we end here that we’re going to make a sequel—a ‘2.’ I’m motivated, and we’ll need time to do various testing and consider what’s next, so I think it’ll take a bit of time, but I’d like to bring some new people onboard, and since the content of the game itself will gradually change—as things do with the times—I wonder what direction we should take? I’d like to start from there. I’ve made the declaration, but it’s going to take some time.”

Daemon X Machina first launched for Switch in September 2019, followed by PC via Steam om February 2020.

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