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Here’s what’s happening in the world of Dragalia Lost:

  • The second half of the Faith Forsaken (Part One) raid event started Oct. 3, 11 PM PT, in Dragalia Lost! Nightmare, Omega (Solo), and Omega (Raid) difficulties have been added.
  • Shadow Legion’s Trial, Agni’s Trial, and Jeanne d’Arc’s Trial are coming to Trials of the Mighty in Dragalia Lost Oct. 5, 11 PM PT. Take on these quests with teams of specific adventurers to earn materials for unlocking mana spirals from the daily bonus.
  • A Prize Showcase started on Oct. 4, 11 PM PT! 5-Star adventurer Regina is featured.

Pokemon Masters EX now has a special Scout live, check out the details for this and the upcoming Champion Stadium here. Special thanks to Serebii for the translation of the upcoming events:

  • The Pokémon Masters EX Champion Stadium will change to the Alola Challenge format from October 11th at 06:00 UTC, allowing you to face the Alola Elite Four and Champions, rotating between Kukui and Hau each week.
  • The Pokémon Masters EX 5 Star Select Scout is now available.

Another Summon Showcase is arriving in Dragalia Lost, this time featuring 5-Star Regina, as shown in the art above. A quote was released alongside the image: “Go, my fellow apostles! Go forth and administer Her authority!” Check out the rest of what’s new with the Prince and his friends here:

  • An increased-drops event for The Agito Uprising started Oct. 3, 11 PM PT. Drops for eligible quests are doubled on a rotating daily basis!

Here are today’s updates for Dragalia Lost:

  • Poseidon’s Trial and Zephyr’s Trial became available in Trials of the Mighty in Dragalia Lost on Sept. 28, 11 PM PT. Take on these quests with teams of specific adventurers to earn materials for unlocking mana spirals from the daily bonus.

Inspired by games like Mega Man Battle Network, HERO.EXE is part tactical-action RPG, part collectible card game, and part visual novel developed by Mystery Egg Games and published by Top Hat Studios. Taking a leaf from the books of other popular titles such as Hearthstone and Fire Emblem: Awakening, players will have a lot of content and collecting to do. Slated for a Q1 2024 release, there’s plenty of time to check this one out before it arrives. You can see the overview for the game, along with its trailer after the break:

The 3rd Anniversary has come to Dragalia Lost. Check out all the details surrounding the event, including login bonuses, a half-stamina campaign, and more after the break:

A hefty patch is on the way for Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin, including the ability to take on the quick Molten Tigrex and mighty Dreadking Rathalos, as well as a variety of new co-op quests and subquests. Take a look below at the patch notes and trailer, as rounded up by Gematsu:

A new lush jungle area will be added to Super Nintendo World with a 2024 release goal. Along with this expansion comes a new Donkey Kong-themed roller coaster attraction, as well as new places to eat and shop. It is not known at this time if the new attractions will make use of Augmented Reality, the magnetic wristband peripheral, or have any connectivity with the Nintendo Switch. Notably, the AR features have worked well for the Mario Kart attraction, and we will provide more details as they are revealed.

The overall area of Super Nintendo World will be around 1.7 times the size of the original floor plan, with enough attractions so that not only those who have played the “Donkey Kong” series can enjoy it, but all guests will find something to love. The goal is to maintain the excitement of Super Nintendo World so that guests continue to see it as an essential experience as part of their trip to the park. The graphic below is a small map of the planned expansion, showing where the additional elements will be constructed. With a small section of open area left over, it begs the question — will Super Nintendo World see more expansions in the future?

A new update for Nintendo Switch online has arrived, and while there are no stunning additions aside from our regular serving of bug mashing, you can check out the patch notes below as rounded up by Perfectly Nintendo:

With the anniversary looming, here’s what to expect currently in Dragalia Lost:

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