Nintendo IP Dragalia Lost, a vast multiplayer action-RPG Is Out Now On Android And Ios Devices

Nintendo’s first original IP created exclusively for smart devices is here! Dragalia Lost, a vast multiplayer action-RPG in the palm of your hand, is now available for

iOS- and Android-compatible smart devices in the UK and Ireland.

Developed in partnership with Cygames, Dragalia Lost is a free-to-start game where you must unite with powerful dragons and assemble a customized party of adventurers to save the Kingdom of Alberia. By engaging in real-time battles using intuitive touch-screen controls, you can let loose powerful attacks and transform into a mighty dragon to conquer mysterious evil forces. While playing Dragalia Lost, you can also share the experience with up to three friends in synchronous online multiplayer to battle through the game’s main story adventure, additional quests, and special Raid Events.

The game’s intuitive and easy-to-control battles are performed in real time to keep you in the action. You can drag your fingers on the screen to move characters, tap or hold to engage with various attacks and flick along the screen to dodge.

By using the in-game currency Diamantium or Wyrmite, you can perform various in-game actions including summoning new characters, dragons or special accessories, called Wyrmprints, that can be equipped for powerful abilities or bonuses. Wyrmite is earned in the game as a reward for completing quests, while Diamantium can be purchased using real-world money.

To celebrate the release of Dragalia Lost in the UK and Ireland, two special wallpapers will be available from today for Nintendo Account holders. Check out the My Nintendo website for more details.

The Dragalia Lost – Adventurers Wanted Trailer and Dragalia Lost – Pactbound Once More video are available to view on YouTube.

Dragalia Lost can be downloaded now from the AppStore and Google Play.

Jim Smale

Gaming since the Atari 2600, I enjoy the weirdness in games counting Densha De Go and RC De Go as my favourite titles of all time. I prefer gaming of old where buying games from a shop was a thing, Being social in person was a thing. Join me as I attempt to adapt to this new digital age!

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