Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery Coming To PC, Mobile, and Console

Publisher X.D just dropped an announcement trailer for Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery and it looks set to bring some sweet turn-based combat to PC, Mobiles, and Nintendo Switch when it arrives.

Developed by MICAteam, the same group behind the massively popular mobile game Girl’s Frontline, this new multi platform title is a rework of the team’s first title in this particular universe. After Code Name: Bakery Girl reached gamers back in 2013, the team has gone back to entirely overhaul the original and rework a whole host of aspects. Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery contains new graphics, voice-overs, new stages, and new storylines which should bring something new for anybody who has played the previous work.

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The new iteration of the original title exists in the very same universe and puts players in the shoes of the game’s female protagonist Jefuty, who is struggling to survive in a future that doesn’t turn out too well for humanity. After plunging Earth into a “Second Cold War”, two factions rise to power. The emerging Antarctic Union and the old guard UURSG battle for power. As Jefuty fights for survival, players will lift back the curtain on an immersive narrative that is far more than just the daily rigors of snow borne survival.

We don’t have a release date or pricing for this particular title yet, but you can check out the trailer above and get a glimpse of the game. In an encouraging move, X.D is setting up Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery as a premium single-player experience. Let’s hope that this translates to the mobile experience too. Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery is due to go into combat on mobile devices, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam. You can check out the official Steam Store page for more details right now.

 

 

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