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Dragalia Lost to conclude the main campaign in July and shut down later this year

Another one bites the dust!

Earlier today, Nintendo confirmed that its Mobile action RPG game, Dragalia Lost, will receive its main campaign conclusion in July, and the game will shut down at a later date. Dragalia Lost is a swipe-based action RPG game with a story that revolves around the bond between humans and dragons. Users conquer their enemies with a wide range of special attacks, power moves, and transforming into a dragon themselves.

According to Nintendo, the game will receive its final update as part two of Chapter 26. This update will bring the game to its conclusion. Also, the game will receive its final set of new characters on March 31, and there will be no new content update after this.

Dragalia Lost joins the list of Nintendo’s defunct mobile games after four memorable years

Dragalia Lost by Nintendo and Cygames was initially a super hit as the game was introduced in 2018. According to the in-game notice, the game’s main campaign will end in July, with part two of Chapter 26. The game will receive its last set of character updates on March 31, the only update apart from the main campaign and a few quests. Nintendo has said that summon showcases for existing adventurers and dragons and event revivals will continue to be made available until service has ended. 

Nintendo said the company “would like to thank every one of our players, past, and present, for your love of and support for Dragalia Lost since its launch.” Nintendo has not revealed the reason behind the shutdown; the company has also not mentioned the exact dates of the service shutdown either. Although the main campaign concludes, fans worldwide are now praying that Nintendo doesn’t give up on the IP itself because the game is extremely famous in the community.

Dragalia Lost Gameplay
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Dragalia Lost has been Nintendo’s only mobile release not based on an existing franchise since the company ventured into the mobile gaming market. It joins Miitomo and Dr. Mario World in Nintendo’s collection of defunct mobile games. However, Dragalia Lost holds the honor of lasting nearly twice as long as its discontinued predecessors. Users can stay updated about all the information by visiting the official Dragalia Lost website here.

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