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The UK isn’t the only country that has seen the launch of Dragalia Lost, the action RPG for mobiles from Nintendo and Cygames that represents the former’s first new IP for smartphones. No, it seems that alongside the UK, four more countries can now play the free-to-play game, should they choose to.
The game’s website confirms that the title is now available to download in Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Singapore as well. This launch in four countries with affluent populations should help the game generate more revenue, which it has been doing well with since its launch. As a matter of fact, Dragalia Lost has already made more money than Animal Crossing Pocket Camp or Super Mario Run have managed, and this is in spite of it not having the association with a popular IP that those other two games enjoy. It remains to be seen how well it will do in these new markets.
Dragalia Lost can be downloaded on the App Store and Google Play.