There are several free updates headed to Dragalia Lost this month for your mobile devices. The update brings holiday-themed events plus brand new content to enjoy on Nintendo’s latest outing for smart devices.

The first set of in-game content has jut launched and should be available now, including:

  • “The Miracle of Dragonyule” Facility Event – From Dec. 17 to Dec. 26, Yuletrees decorate the town as people eagerly await the arrival of Saint Starfall, but fiends have come to ruin the Dragonyule festivities. Players can acquire a Yuletree, an event-specific facility that powers up water-element adventurers, and will want to use their water-element adventurers during special boss battles, daily battles and challenge battles for a chance to earn event-exclusive in-game items and rewards.
  • “Dragonyule Defenders” Summon Showcase – From Dec. 17 to Dec. 30, players will have the opportunity to summon limited-time adventurers, dragons and wyrmprints, including Cleo (Dragonyule Version), Nefaria (Dragonyule Version), Xander (Dragonyule Version), Jeanne d’Arc (Dragonyule Version) and more.
  • “High Brunhilda” Event Quest – The new high-difficulty event quest, High Brunhilda, will be added to Advanced Dragon Trials. Players will be able to test their skills against the Mistress of Crimson, the Inferno Clad, in her true form.
  • Other Bonuses – Various in-game bonuses for players to enjoy will be added, including year-end login bonuses and a reset of Social Rewards for playing co-op.

On December 27, Dragalia Lost will release its first new story chapter since launch. Chapter 7 of the main story, titled Trek to the Aquapolis, follows Euden and company as they set out for Saint Lotier, a city of water with an unexpected ruler.

If you’re yet to play Dragalia Lost, the game has only hit certain parts of the world. It was released in Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong and the US on September 27 2018. It’s a free-to-start game where players must unite with powerful dragons and assemble a customized party of adventurers to save the Kingdom of Alberia. With real-time battles and touch-screen controls, players can let loose powerful attacks and transform into a mighty dragon to conquer mysterious evil forces. The experience can be shared with up to three friends online through the game’s main story adventure, additional quests and special Raid Events.

Have you tried Dragalia Lost yet? Let us know your thoughts on the game and the latest updates in the comments section.

Source: Nintendo