The Nintendo mobile game Dragalia Lost gets its latest update

Shown are characters from Dragalia Lost.

The development team thanked the players for their support.
screenshot: Nintendo/Cygames/YouTube/Kotaku

Launched in September 2018, Dragalia lost is a mobile role-playing game set in a kingdom full of dragons. It’s Nintendo’s first fully original mobile game and this summer’s role-playing game will receive its latest update.

underneath is the official announcement about the future of the game:

the Dragalia lost The main campaign is scheduled to conclude in July 2022 with part two of Chapter 26, the final and culminating addition to its long history. After completing the main campaign, service for the game itself will be discontinued at a later date. More details on the end of service schedule will be provided in a future notification.

After the last batch of new adventurers was added in a summoning showcase scheduled for 3/31/2022 at 3:00 p.m., the game will not receive any new content updates except those for the main campaign and certain quests. Please note that summoning showcases for existing adventurers and dragons, as well as event revives, will continue to be available until the service ends.

the Dragalia lost Team would like to thank each and every one of our players, past and present, for their love and support Dragalia lost since its launch. We sincerely hope that you have enjoyed your experience of the game from the moment you played it and we will endeavor to ensure that you do so for as long as time allows.

The Nintendo released Dragalia lost is a collaboration with the co-developer Cygames of Granblue fantasy Fame. If the game was initially released, kotaku‘s own Mike Fahey called it “a great-looking and great-sounding video game,” but added that it’s “the same old thing.”

The game did become part of Fahey’s daily routine, but over the following summer he had lost interest. Maybe it lasted a little longer for you. The Nintendo mobile game Dragalia Lost gets its latest update

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