As of today, players can play Daemon X Machina wherever they want because the game has received a cross-save update, which means that you can continue your PC progress on the Switch, and vice-versa.
Nintendo Switch mech-action game Daemon X Machina was also released on Windows PC via Steam store back in February 2020, and now, players can sync their game-save files between these two platforms.
XSEED Games , the independent-minded publishing brand of Marvelous USA, Inc., today announced that the Steam PC version has been updated with cross-save functionality allowing for seamless save data transfer between the Windows PC and Nintendo Switch versions of the game.
Players can use the Steam Cloud to share save data between platforms, ensuring that their progress in the battle against the Immortals is never lost no matter where they play.
The cross-save feature follows the release of the free anniversary update from November, which introduced new content to the base game, such as cosmetic designs, decals, co-op missions, enemies, and the Mia Lepida weapon, which is based on the sword wielded by the developer Marvelous First Studio’s mascot.
Daemon X Machina main features:
- Defend Earth through high-speed mech combat against corrupted robots
- Made by Kenichiro Tsukuda, well known for his work developing the Armored Core series
- A fully customizable player’s avatar and Arsenal with a variety of options
- Loot weapons from the defeated enemies and use on the fly
- Online Co-op mode with up to three players
- Mechs designed by Mr. Kawamori, who also worked on the Armored Core series and the Super Dimension Fortress Macross series