This year Nintendo’s RPG will hit your Android and iPhone devices, as will its previously launched Mario Kart mobile game. Nintendo teams-up with Cygames to release Dragalia Lost this summer. After a huge success of the Switch, the Japanese multinational consumer electronics and Video Game Company situated in Kyoto, is certainly not in a mood to stop producing gaming hardware anytime soon. Moreover, the experimentation with smartphone devices is all set to carry on. Nintendo, this summer is introducing a mobile RPG known as Dragalia Lost.
As per Siliconera’s reports, Dragalia Lost is developed in partnership with Cygames (the Japanese developer) that is well-known for Granblue Fantasy mobile game. As per the reports, it’s clear that Cygames has been involved in the development of the latest game by utilizing its extensive knowledge of smartphones gaming platform. Once launched, it’ll be jointly operated by both of the companies.
The game will be free for users to play and will be supported by an in-game currency you can make or opt to purchase by microtransactions. One can get 1500 Dragon Crystals through the pre-registration campaign that is being held in Japan for the first 500,000 people who are willing to register for the game, thus you can guess the name of the currency.
Willing to know when you will get to play this newest game from Nintendo? Well, it all depends where you live in the world. Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan and Japan will get it first in this summer on their Android and iOS devices, while Europe and North America can enjoy this game later. There is no such release window for other countries. But hopefully, it occurs before the end of this year.
In the meantime, Animal Crossing: The Company continues to focus on Pocket Camp for generating revenue through smartphone devices. Then there is another big hitter introduced in the near future in form of Mario Kart Tour. Certainly, that game will be launched after Dragalia Lost has been out on the market at least for few months.