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Nintendo’s next mobile game is coming soon

Nintendo’s next mobile game is coming soon

Nintendo, the gaming company is coming up with a new and exciting mobile game, Dragalia Lost. It is going to be launched on September 27 in the U.S, Japan, Hong Kong and Macau.  Nintendo announced the title of the game back in April. Not much is known about this RPG (Role Playing Game) at this moment. In brief, as per the description given in Nintendo’s website, it is a free-to-start set in a fantasy universe filled with dragons, warriors, and surprises.  The game is designed for smartphones with intuitive touchscreen controls.

Cygames, a Japanese studio, famous for Granblue Fantasy, a cross-platform title that featured Japanese art director Hideo Minaba has developed the game. Nintendo describes the game as an RPG filled with action, with a bunch of dragons. A part of the stock in the studio has been bought by Nintendo. It predicts the future collaborations between the two video gaming companies.  

According to the summarization by the PR team of the company, in Dragalia Lost, players build a customized party of adventures and set off on a grand journey to save the kingdom of Alberia from mysterious evil forces. It is a real-time battle that keeps the players in action. The game is easy to play and it is very engaging and intuitive. If someone pre-registers for the game, they will get 1500 Wyrmite (in-game currency) but there is a condition that more than 500,000 users must sign up!




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