Dragalia Lost Released in More Countries

Nintendo’s free-to-play mobile RPG Dragalia Lost is now out on Android and iOS in more countries. The game — which was originally released in Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau, and the United States in September 2018 — is now available in Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, and Singapore.

Co-developed by Cygames, Dragalia Lost puts players in the role of an unnamed protagonist, seventh in line to the throne of the Kingdom of Alberia, who sets out with his twin sister Zethia and childhood friend Notte to form a pact with Midgardsormr and help restore the nation’s protective crystalline shard. Further details about the game’s story, world, characters, and gameplay can be found in the story covering its initial announcement as well as its official website.



Alex Fuller

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