With one of the more unfortunate names of the year, Phantom Brigade is a "cinematic turn-based mech tactics" game from the makers of Crypt of the Necrodancer.
There's not a lot of commonality between rhythm-based dungeon crawling and the methodical destruction of robotic arms, but some early screenshots of Phantom Brigade do show some promising systems. It doesn't appear as complex as, say, BattleTech yet. And being work in progress means that there's a few asset passes between now and launch.
The Steam page notes that "every square metre of every scene" is destructible, and players will have some base management to handle as well. A teaser dropped recently, and you can catch that below.
A lot of the shots are from residential, woody environments, rather than the wastelands or dustbowls in BattleTech. Phantom Brigade - which just reminds me that Phantom Doctrine and Strange Brigade both launched recently - doesn't have a release date, though, so we probably won't be seeing this one for at least a year.