Nintendo will launch its first original mobile game, Dragalia Lost, on Sept. 27, the company announced this week. The action role-playing game will be available in the United States, Japan, Hong Kong and Macau on that date, with other territories to follow.
The company promises new details on Dragalia Lost in a new Mobile Direct — a mobile-focused version of its Nintendo Direct presentations — on Wednesday, Aug. 29 at 8:30 p.m. PT / 11:30 p.m. ET. You can watch today’s Mobile Direct in a YouTube livestream, which we’ve embedded above.
Nintendo announced Dragalia Lost in April. The free-to-play game is being developed in partnership with Cygames, the Japanese studio behind mobile hits Granblue Fantasy and Rage of Bahamut. On Twitter, Nintendo posted an English-language trailer for Dragalia Lost, which promises to let players join up with friends to “come together as one, and transform into dragons to wield their power and save the realm.”
A vast multiplayer action RPG in the palm of your hand! Don’t miss out on all of the information for Nintendo’s next mobile game in tonight's #DragaliaLost Direct livestream at 8:30pm PT. pic.twitter.com/4mMlSef372— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) August 29, 2018
Dragalia Lost is coming to Android and iOS devices.