Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery is an upcoming strategic RPG published by X.D. Network and developed by MICA Team, a subsidiary of Sunborn Games. The game was announced back in 2019 with a teaser reveal. It will be a remake of 2013’s Code Name: Bakery Girl which is set in the popular “Girl’s Frontline” universe and comes with enhancements like voice acting, better graphics and an extended campaign.
X.D. Network boasts a library of premium titles like the recently released Juicy Realm and other popular games like To The Moon, Icey etc. Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery will receive a premium release across mobile, PC and Nintendo Switch. The release dates are not yet announced.
A new preview trailer featuring some of the characters and gameplay has now been revealed.
About Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery
The tactical RPG is set in an apocalyptic world which was previously tormented by war and depleted resources. In this restoration period, two rival factions arise. Despite maintaining peace in the beginning, both the factions eventually get into a war with each other. The Antarctic Union and URNC fight over “Three Goddesses” Project, which can turn the tides of the war.
The trailer features 3 factions: Main Intelligence Directorate (MID) which is the Antarctic Union’s intelligence agency, Tactical Air Shock Army (TASA) and Union of Rossartrism Nations Coalition (URNC). Mendo, an intelligence operative and Jefuty are pulled into these conflicts as they uncover conspiracies related to the Code Name Bakery.
The gameplay hints at a turn-based combat system on snowy terrains of the apocalyptic setting. Guns, grenades, deployable shields, and aerial support are some of the featured weapons used by the different members of the factions from the trailer. The storyline will be presented in the form of a visual novel. The character designs are anime-styled and will only have Japanese voiceovers. There will be other languages in the interface and subtitles like English and Korean.
Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery is set to be released for mobile.