On Thursday Nintendo announced its latest venture into mobile gaming, Dragalia Lost. It's an RPG game jointly developed with Cygames, a studio Nintendo now owns a 5 percent stake of, and it'll debut in Asia this summer before coming to the US and Europe.
A trailer for the game was released, though it doesn't reveal much other than the game's spiffy 3D graphics and Japanese art style.
Dragalia Lost will be only the second Nintendo-developed mobile game, after Miitomo, that's not branded with one of the company's trademark characters. It follows , and , three high-profile mobile releases from Nintendo over the past two years.
But it's not the only big mobile project Nintendo has in its pipeline, assometime this year, too.