The news comes half a year after Dragalia Lost director Yuji Okada revealed that the game would get less content during future monthly updates. While the previous announcement didn’t confirm that Dragalia would soon be ending, fewer updates and repeated events are usually a bad sign for gacha games.
A summon showcase scheduled for March 31 will add the final set of new characters, with the only updates after that being story and quest related — event reruns and banners for existing characters will continue to run until the servers close.
Currently, there’s no mention of whether an offline version of Dragalia Lost will be provided once service ends — titles like Kingdom Hearts Union Cross Dark Road have offered this in the past, though that game’s final update has since been delayed.
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