Dragalia Lost is an action role-playing game for iOS and Android devices. The game was developed and published by Nintendo in collaboration with Cygames, and released on September 27, 2018 in Japan, America, Taiwan, Macau, and Hong Kong. The game was later released in Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, Singapore, and New Zealand on January 26, 2019.
Relation to Fire EmblemEdit
On March 25, 2019, Nintendo announced in their Dragalia Digest broadcast, that a collaboration with Fire Emblem Heroes would be occurring in April. On April 11, Nintendo announced the title of the collaboration, Fire Emblem Lost Heroes, an event that would run from April 26 to May 14. On April 18, Alfonse was announced to be a free unit featured in the event story. On April 25, Marth, Veronica, and Fjorm were confirmed as playable units, with Loki appearing as an enemy.
It was revealed during the crossover that, 300 years prior to the events of Dragalia Lost, the Dyrenell Empire attempted to recreate the Uncanny Gate, a portal that had previously summoned a powerful demon into the world. Although they ultimately failed, they did manage to come into contact with the Kingdom of Askr, with this portal being reopened by Alfonse at the end of the event.
On March 24th, 2020, as part of the 1.5 Dragalia Digest, game director Yuji Okada announced that the Fire Emblem Lost Heroes event would recieve a rerun starting April 19th. As part of this, the four Adventurers featured (Alfonse, Marth, Fjorm, and Veronica) would be recieving Mana Spirals, a feature that was added after the original event run. It was also announced that a new crossover with Fire Emblem Heroes was in the works, also scheduled for April. On April 3rd, it was revealed that Sharena would be a free unit for the new crossover, similar to Alfonse in the original.