Nintendo revealed today that Daemon X Machina would launch September 13 during its Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) Treehouse stream today in Los Angeles.

In the trailer, we saw a team of fighters in mechs and on-foot taking on drones, other combat suits, and more. A giant battleship hung in the sky, bristling with cannons. The action is fast and furious, and it brings something that the Switch doesn’t have much of — mech combat.

Your mission is to defend against corrupted AI-controlled bots.

Daemon X Machina is a mech-action game from Kenichiro Tsukuda, who worked on Armored Core and Super Dimension Fortress Macross games — both mech-heavy franchises. You customize your Arsenal powered suit (aka a mech) with a plenty of weapons, which you strip from mechs you take out. This is key to taking down different enemies and changing your tactics encounter over encounter.

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The Arsenals can also throw cars, street signs, and other objects … or use them as melee weapons. SUVs probably make good clubs.