Dragalia Lost News
Laying down the law
One of Nintendo's mobile titles that probably doesn't get acknowledged quite as often as the other ones is Dragalia Lost. Last year, Cygames collaborated with franchises like Mega Man and managed to generate more than $106 million in player spending. That makes the game Nintendo's
Update: New trailer released
Update - Thu 28th Nov, 2019 07:20 GMT: The Nintendo Mobile YouTube channel has shared a "Mega Man Event Intro" video. It includes the backstory, a demonstration of Mega Man in battle and a brief look at Dr. Wily. Original Story - Sun 24th Nov, 2019 10:30 GMT: Capcom's blue bomber Mega Man has most recently appeared in...
Different for each game
Apart from encouraging development teams the freedom to experiment with new ideas, Nintendo president Shuntaro Furukawa also intends to branch out and provide fresh offerings in different areas. For example, since he's been at the helm, the Japanese company has truly embraced mobile games. In the same interview with TIME...
Only Animal Crossing and Fire Emblem have earned more
You could argue that Dragalia Lost felt like one of the least-Nintendo Nintendo games to be released by the Japanese giant when it burst onto the scene last year. Despite originally being strongly against working on mobile game development, Nintendo realised that there was potential in releasing...
Cygames celebrates the one-year anniversary
To celebrate the first year of Dragalia Lost on mobile, Cygames announced Capcom's Mega Man will be coming to the game. This information was revealed towards the end of the recent Dragalia Lost anniversary presentation. According to the director, Yuji Okada, the Mega Man: Chaos Protocol event "featuring...
Surpasses $100 million in player spending
Dragalia Lost might have experienced a limited worldwide launch, but that hasn't stopped it from becoming a mobile powerhouse. At least within the realm of Nintendo smartphone games. Since its September 2018 launch, Nintendo's fourth mobile release has now surpassed $100 million in player spending, with the...
Unsavoury aspects of the mobile sector limit cross-platform potential
After years of denying any interest and avoiding the issue, Nintendo has become a fully committed mobile developer. Yes, having the company mascot appear in its first game was a strong signal of how serious it took the mobile platform, but that was just dipping its toe – its...
Not as ambitious as some crossovers, but still a winner
A trailer for tomorrow's crossover event for Dragalia Lost has been released and it shows some of heroes from the company's strategy RPG series Fire Emblem appearing in Nintendo's hit mobile game. As you can see, Alphonse, Marth, Fjorm and Veronica are among the heroes appearing in this...
Looks even more impressive in yen
In its latest financial report Nintendo has posted some impressive results for its mobile business. Citing action RPG and new IP Dragalia Lost as an especially strong driver in this area, the Kyoto company reports an income of 46 billion yen (just shy of £320 million or over $411 million). That represents a...
Up and up
According to Sensor Tower Store Intelligence data, Nintendo's first quarter in 2019 has been its third-best period for mobile gaming revenue to date. The Japanese publisher's mobile titles grossed approximately $85 million worldwide across the Google Play and App Store, which is a six percent increase year-over-year. This figure still...
An estimated $75 million
Earlier today, we shared the news that Nintendo's mobile RPG Dragalia Lost has finally launched in the UK, Australia, Canada, and more. It definitely makes sense for Nintendo to bring the game to more and more territories, as estimated revenue totals suggest that the game has now surpassed both Super Mario Run and
And it's about time, too
Nintendo's first original IP created for smartphones, Dragalia Lost, has finally become available in several new territories. Fans in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, Canada, Singapore, and New Zealand can download the game for free from today. You'll find the app available on both the AppStore and
It's been 3,000 years...
Smartphone game Dragalia Lost is scheduled for a release in the UK, Canada, and Australia, Nintendo has confirmed. Dragalia Lost initially launched on 27th September 2018, but was restricted to just the US, Japan, Macau, Taiwan, and Hong Kong. Fans from other regions have been hoping for a release for some time, so we're...
We've already heard how Pokémon GO captured close to $800 million in global revenue last year and now the marketing analysis firm Sensor Tower reports Nintendo's mobile games made a total of $348 million in 2018. According to the firm, $117 million was made in the fourth quarter alone - resulting in a 47 percent increase compared...
Dragalia Lost has been a tremendous success for Nintendo and Cygames since its limited launch in September. Within the first two weeks, it outperformed Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp and went on to become Nintendo's second largest mobile launch in the US and Japan. According to the latest data from Sensor Tower, the game has now grossed...
Including an update on the story's next chapter
Dragalia Lost has been a rather successful little endeavour for Nintendo and developer Cygames; we praised it for being a "remarkably well-executed ARPG" in our review earlier this month, and the game managed to generate $16 million in its first two weeks on sale, outperforming
A promising start
The Nintendo-published title Dragalia Lost has so far been well-received by mobile users, despite its limited launch. Following the previous news it had outperformed the sales of Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp in the first two weeks, Sensor Tower has revealed the Cygames-developer title is
Last week, Sensor Tower released data revealing the latest Nintendo-published game Dragalia Lost had grossed an estimated $3.5 million in the first five days. Its limited-size launch placed it behind every existing Nintendo mobile game including Animal Crossing: Pocket
800,000 installations so far
Sensor Tower has revealed the new Nintendo-published mobile game Dragalia Lost has grossed an estimated $3.5 million over its first five days. Data based on the limited launch - which included the US, Japan, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Macau - revealed more than 800,000 installations across the App Store and Google Play. To...
A free RPG on the go
Nintendo's latest offering in the world of mobile gaming, Dragalia Lost, is now available to download for free on Android and iOS. Strangely, since its initial reveal back in May this year, we haven't really seen a great deal of hype surrounding this new dragon-based adventure. Nintendo actually aired
Learn more about the game's world
Nintendo has shared two brand new videos to provide us with more information on the upcoming smartphone action RPG, Dragalia Lost. It's quite easy to forget about Dragalia Lost with the constant stream of Switch news flying our way at the moment, but we're getting incredibly close to the mobile adventure's release...
Save the kingdom of Alberia
Nintendo's acquisition of Japanese studio Cygames followed with the announcement of Dragalia Lost for mobile. Since the initial reveal of the free-to-start game, there's been an entire Direct about it. Now, Nintendo has release
Get a head start
The special Nintendo mobile direct for Dragalia Lost co-developed by Cygames has just concluded. Following yesterday's reveal the mobile service would launch on 27th September in the US, Japan, Hong Kong and Macau, all that was left to do during the live stream was discuss the content within the game. In brief,...
Game launches end of September
It appears the upcoming mobile game Dragalia Lost is making its way across to the west, with Nintendo of America announcing an exclusive Mobile Direct Broadcast will air on 29th August at 8:30pm PT / 11:30pm ET, which means 30th August at 4:30am BST / 5:30am CEST. The official PR also reveals...