From a purist company that insisted on keeping its properties on its own islands, the metamorphosis of Nintendo for a creative developer for other platforms it was really quick and not least considering the success of creations like Super Mario Run and Fire Emblem: Heroes.
Now, the mystical Japanese company is giving the final details of its next game for iOS: the RPG Dragalia Lost, the company's first mobile platform game that is the result of an entirely new intellectual property.
Free to play with internal microtransactions and developed by Nintendo in partnership with the Japanese company Cygames (which is behind titles like Granblue Fantasy), Dragalia Lost is described as a ?vast multiplayer action RPG? with slightly higher complexity than the company's creations made available to the mobile world so far according to its creators, the idea offer a title that can be enjoyed so much in long games, the way gamers more advanced, as in short sessions, than the more casual audience of smartphone games.
Basically, the title story takes players on a journey to save the Kingdom of Alberia. To do this, you need to join a team and use the in-game coins to get new characters, powers or dragons that will help you with the task. The Nintendo conference showing more of Dragalia Lost can be seen in full in the video below, for those interested:
The game reaches iOS on the day September 27, but will initially be available only in selected territories USA, Japan, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan; the dates of international expansion are not yet known. If you are interested and are in one of the places above, however, a tip: by registering in advance on this Nintendo page, you will receive 1,500 units of the game's virtual currency when it goes live.
Cool, isn't it?
via Cult of Mac