The Dragalia Lost mobile game's official website stated on Tuesday that it will stop operating at midnight EST on November 30.
Diamondium, an in-game currency, is no longer available for purchase. Up until October 31st, upgrades and packs can be purchased with diamantium.
The game's main campaign's second installment was made available in July. The website for the game had previously said that after the publication of the game's last chapter, service would be discontinued.
In September 2018, Dragalia Lost debuted in Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau, and America. In its first two weeks, the game brought in US$16 million, and by the beginning of January 2019, it had amassed $60 million globally. Later, Nintendo made the game available in Australia, the UK, and Canada.
The game was released in North America and Europe by Nintendo. Together with Cygames, the company co-developed the game, which is now being run by both businesses. In addition to English and Japanese audio languages, the game supports the following text languages: Japanese, English, Traditional Chinese, and Simplified Chinese.
Ayumi Fujimura's manga adaptation of the game debuted on the Cycomi manga website of Cygames in January 2019.