After Nintendo finally went down in 2016 and released the first of many smartphone games, Nintendo uses some of its most popular brands to attract fans to mobile devices. Miitomo Super Mario Run Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Fire Emblem Heroes – Each and every one of these games is basically one The next mobile version of Nintendo will be a completely new action RPG.
Nintendo announced this week in a report that Nintendo is partnering with Japanese mobile game developer Cygames to release Dragalia Lost this summer. Nintendo describes the games as "a completely new original action RPG" and reveals that it co-developed the game alongside Cygames.
You may not know the name Cygames, but the Japanese studio is responsible for Granblue Fantasy one of the most popular (and profitable) mobile games in Japan. Fire Emblem Heroes Granblue Fantasy is a so-called Gacha game in which players can spend money in the game to win new characters via random draws. As you probably suspected, this currency can also be bought with real money.
Nintendo has not provided any further details about the game, but it will be playing microtransactions for free, as all its games after Super Mario Run have been. Dragalia Lost will launch in Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau this summer, followed by North America and Europe launches
In addition to the Development Partnership, Nintendo also receives approximately 5% of the shares issued by Cygames.