Nintendo discontinues another mobile game •

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The mobile game Draglia Lost published by Nintendo is being discontinued.

The final part of the RPG’s story will be delivered in July with the arrival of Chapter 26 Part Two.

The servers will then be closed – albeit “at a later date” to be announced by Nintendo.

“Dragalia Lost’s main campaign is scheduled to conclude in July 2022 with the second part of Chapter 26, the final and culmination of its long history,” Nintendo announced today via the Draglia Lost website.

“After the conclusion of the main campaign, service for the game itself will be discontinued at a later date. More details on the end of service schedule will be provided in a future notification.

“The Dragalia Lost team would like to thank each and every one of our players, past or present, for their love and support for Dragalia Lost since its release. We sincerely hope that you have enjoyed your experience of the game once you have started playing it and we will endeavor to ensure that you do so for as long as time allows.”

Dragalia Lost is the latest Nintendo mobile game to arrive after the closure of Dr. Mario World gets the ax after just two years.

The previous Mii minigame Miitomo was also culled after two years in 2018.

Nintendo still powers Super Mario Run, which requires a one-time payment to unlock the full game, as well as the subscription and gacha-powered Fire Emblem Heroes, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, and Mario Kart Tour.

The only mobile game launched since 2019 is


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