Girls’ Frontline Spinoff Reverse Collapse Gets New Trailer
Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery is a tactical RPG coming to Switch, Steam and mobile, set in the same universe as popular gacha game Girls' Frontline.
Shangai studio Mica Team and Sunborn Network revealed a new trailer for tactical RPG Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery. The trailer showcases new characters, new factions, and some of the tactical RPG gameplay. Protagonists Mendo and Jefuty are present as well.
Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery takes place in the same universe as Girls’ Frontline, the popular mobile gacha game featuring firearms anthropomorphized into cute girls. Turning objects or concepts into attractive boys or girls has been a thing for decades in Japan, but it became incredibly popular in early 2010s with the release of browser game Kantai Collection, which features WW2 ships turned into girls.
Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery is set 30 years after Girls’ Frontline. War rages on and resources are scarce because of the Collapse Fluid pollution. During the world‘s post-war reconstruction process, the new Antarctic Union and the Union of Rossartrism Nations Coalition (URNC) begin to fight over the result of the “Three Goddesses Project”.
The story features Mendo, an operative from MID, the Antarctic Union’s intelligence agency. He is ambushed during an important mission in the North Caucasus. However, Mendo gets saved by Jefuty, a silver haired girl. Players initially control both Mendo and Jefuty as they fight against URNC soldiers, gather allies and uncover a massive conspiracy surrounding the code name “Bakery”.
An official Twitter account for the game is also live. More info will be published there in the future.
Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery is a complete remake of Code Name: Bakery Girl, a game which actually launched in 2013, three years before Girls’ Frontline.
Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery has no release date yet. The game will launch on PC via Steam, Nintendo Switch, iOS, and Android. Reverse Collapse will have English, Japanese, Korean, traditional and simplified Chinese localization option.
Screenshots and artwork have also been published.