The next Nintendo project for smartphones is Dragalia Lost, a role-playing game developed with its new partner Cygames.
Outside this summer in Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau, Dragalia Perdida seems more focused on the story than any of Nintendo’s previous mobile titles. The location and location of the previous game, only in Japanese at the present time, but as far as I can tell, there are some warriors and magical creatures that track the dragon, crystals and other magical creatures. Standard Fantasy RPG Rate, in other words.
This is largely due to Cygames, a Nintendo client, a studio with other credits that include Japanese mobile phones that infect Granblue Fantasy. Nintendo is smart to adapt to a company like Cygames that has had continued success with mobile role-playing games. Nintendo seems to think so, at least: it gets 5 percent of the shares of the mobile studio, according to the company’s latest financial results.
Pre-registration is open for iOS and Android users in the areas that are listed now, while Western players hope to launch the game later this year. For something more distinctive of the Nintendo games, Mario Kart is still ongoing travel, it is expected to be released at the end of the current fiscal year in the March of 2019.