New Nintendo game Dragalia Lost brings RPG action to iOS


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Start enjoying Nintendo’s newest iOS game today.
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Dragalia Lost, the newest mobile game from Nintendo, is now available to download on iOS in select markets.

The action-packed RPG, which was first confirmed last month, takes players on a journey of adventure as they fight to save the Kingdom of Alberia. It’s free to download and play.

Nintendo might be enjoying wild success with the Switch right now, but it hasn’t forgotten that there’s crazy money to be made in mobile gaming. A number of its releases, such as Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp and Fire Emblem Heroes, have performed incredibly well so far.

It’s no surprise, then, that Nintendo has lots of other titles planned for mobile. We’ll have to wait a little longer to enjoy Mario Kart Tour, but Dragalia Lost is available today in certain markets.

Dragalia Lost lands on iOS

Dragalia Lost lets you take control of the royal price of Alberia and his friendly dragon Midgarsormr. Together, and with the help of other party members you’ve selected, you’ll fight to keep the Kingdom of Alberia safe.

There are a ton of fast-paced battles to enjoy and an expansive world to explore. You will also get plenty of chances to team up with friends over online multiplayer.

Check out some gameplay in this 13-minute trailer from a recent Nintendo Direct presentation:

Like other Nintendo titles on mobile, Dragalia Lost is free to download and play. You can pay to obtain virtual currency or to unlock certain items early, but you don’t have to. If you pre-ordered the game, you may have a stack or virtual currency waiting for you when you first load up the game.

Get Dragalia Lost today

Download Dragalia Lost from the App Store now to start playing. It’s currently available in the U.S., Hong Kong, Japan, Macau, and Taiwan. Those in other regions will sadly have to wait for the game to expand its reach.


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