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The March 2020 Dragalia Digest Will Go Over the 1.5 Year Dragalia Lost Anniversary Events

A brand new Dragalia Digest is on the way in which! This is the video presentation held by Nintendo and Cygames at any time when main adjustments or updates are headed to Dragalia Lost. This time, the March 24, 2020 presentation will probably be celebrating one other hallmark. The 1.5-Year Dragalia Lost anniversary is developing on March 26, 2020, and the 8pm PT/11pm ET presentation will go over every little thing individuals can count on from the occasion.

Typically, a Dragalia Lost anniversary occasion includes numerous giveaways, particular characters, and totally different quests. People can seemingly count on Wyrmite, the paid foreign money used to summon new adventurers and dragons or refill your stamina for those who don’t have gadgets. There will seemingly be free summon tickets doled out as nicely.

However, there’s another excuse to be enthusiastic about this Dragalia Digest and Dragalia Lost anniversary occasion. When these come up, collaborations can sometiems be introduced. During the September 2019 video, the Mega Man collaboration was revealed. The December 2019 presentation included the reveal that Monster Hunter, specifically Rathalos, can be heading to the sport. There have solely been three crossover occasions thus far, with the third bringing Fire Emblem Heroes characters into Dragalia Lost as summonable adventurers.

Dragalia Lost is offered on Android and Apple iOS units. The Dragalia Digest will probably be held on March 24, 2020, forward of the March 26, 2020 Dragalia Lost anniversary occasion.

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