Nintendo is working with Cygames to launch Dragalia Lost this summer.
The success of the Switch after only one year means that Nintendo will not stop making gaming hardware soon. However, experimentation with mobile platforms continues. This summer, Nintendo releases a mobile RPG called Dragalia Lost.
Dragilia Lost has been developed, as reported by Siliciora, in collaboration with the Japanese developer Cygames, best known for the Granblue Fantasy mobile game. Cygames designed the game for Nintendo with its extensive knowledge of mobile travel. After the release, it will be jointly operated by both companies.
As is usual with these games, it is free and is supported by a game currency that you can earn or decide to buy with micro-transactions. The pre-registration campaign (in Japan) offers 1,500 Dragon Crystals for the first 500,000 players registering, so we can assume the name is the currency.
When will you be able to play Dragalia Lost? It depends on where you are in the world. Japan, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Macao have first place on iOS and Android this summer. North America and Europe will get it after that, but no publication window has been specified yet. Hopefully it will happen by the end of the year.
Meanwhile, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp continues to be Nintendo's focus on revenue from mobile devices. Then in the near future we have another big hitter (although we do not know it yet) in the form of Mario Kart Tour. Certainly the game will arrive now after Dragalia Lost is out for a few months.