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...
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...
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...
A bold new direction for Nintendo?
Following its purchase of a stake in Japanese studio Cygames, Nintendo has revealed the name of its next big smartphone project. Dragalia Lost is an original IP which launches later this year on iOS and Android. Cygames is very much in the driving seat on this one; the company has a long history in the mobile...
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