Markets such as Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom finally received access to Nintendo’s action RPG Dragalia Lost as this mobile game keeps expanding to more new markets.
The game is free to play and last September it debuted in the United States along with other countries. You can play it on either iOS or Android. Even more, people can now enjoy the fast-paced action of the hit game thanks to its wider rollout.
In Dragalia Lost, players have to save the Kingdom of Alberia. Evil forces are corrupting the realm, and it is up to you, as the royal prince of Alberia, to fight them off. You will even have a companion, Midgarsormr, a friendly dragon.
Countless RPG battles and an expansive world are all there waiting for you to enjoy them along with the party you have built on your own. If you want, you can team up with friends online. This whole experience will cost you not even a penny.
Six new markets can now benefit from Nintendo’s Dragalia Lost mobile game
The success of Dragalia Lost is undebatable as, based on some estimations, in its first days of availability it made $3.5 million, and during its first two weeks it brought its mother company $16 million. All this revenue was coming from only five markets.
However, six more regions have been added on the list of the game’s availability. Nintendo’s Dragalia Lost is now available in Canada, Singapore, Australia, Ireland, the United Kingdom, and New Zealand. There are some in-app purchases to make if you want to, but they are not mandatory. Also, besides these new countries, the game is also available, as it has always been, in the United States, Hong Kong, Japan, Macau, and Taiwan.
If you are a resident of any of the before-mentioned countries, you can already download and install Nintendo’s Dragalia Lost mobile game from Google Play Store or App Store for iOS devices.
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