Nintendo Reveals Collaboration with Mobile Developer Cygames, Dragalia Lost A new trailer and screenshots are available for your viewing pleasure! 05.04.18 - 11:53 PM
Nintendo has announced that it will be releasing a brand new mobile RPG called Dragalia Lost which will be co-developed by mobile developer Cygames, Inc. The game is set for release this summer in Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau, with a North American and European release planned for a later date.
With full voice acting and a cast of over 60 memorable characters, players will craft their own story with friends from around the game's world. The path ahead will be intertwined with dragons, with a story and action that will enthrall players in this free-to-start, finger swipe RPG.
Featuring a soundtrack full of various popular music tracks, including music from Japanese singer and rapper Daoko, battles are sure to stay lit, and not just because of the dragons. You can see the game’s first trailer below, featuring Daoko’s "Owaranai Sekai de", offering a brief glimpse at what fans can look forward to later this year.
The trailer also confirms several members of the voice cast, including the Princely protagonist with the blood of a dragon, voiced by Kouki Uchiyama, Zecia, voiced by Ai Kayano, and the fairy, Nahm, voiced by Yukana.
A pre-registration campaign for the game is already live, offering bonuses to players who register ahead of the game’s release. The more users who pre-register, the more Dragon Crystals everyone will receive, though pre-registration isn't yet available in North America or Europe just yet. You can see the number of pre-registrations needed, as well as the accompanying reward, in the info below.