Yes, it is planned to be equipped with AESA radar and air-to-air missiles. We should see them tested this year if everything goes right. The MIUS (2023) and the supersonic (wingman) UCAV (2025) will also feature radar+air-to-air capability.
This might be a good option for intercepting other drones. Saudi has been blowing millions of dollars down Houthi drones with F-15s/Eurofighters and MRAAMs when cheaper missiles/platforms could've sufficed.