Girls’ Frontline studio announces tactical RPG Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery for Switch, PC, and smartphonesSet on an Earth plunged into the "Second Cold War."
Publisher X.D. Network and developer MICAteam of Sunborn Games Technology, the Shanghai-based studio behind smartphone strategy game Girls’ Frontline, have announced Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery, a tactical turn-based RPG for Switch, PC, and smartphones. It will support Japanese audio with English, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, and Korean subtitle options.
Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery is a completely rebuilt and improved version of the 2013-released Code Name: Bakery Girl, which shares the same universe as Girls’ Frontline, featuring new graphics, voice-overs, new stages, and new storylines. In it, players take on the role of female protagonist Jefuty, who is struggling to survive through war and has surprising encounters with various characters. It will be released as a “premium single-player game” when it launches. A release date was not announced.
Here is an overview of the game, via its Steam page:
Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery is a tactical turn-based role-playing game developed by MICAteam. Set in the near future, Earth has plunged into the “Second Cold War”, a world war in which two factions—the emerging Antarctic Union and the old guard UURSG—battle for dominance over cutting-edge technology that can turn the tide of war.
Mendo, an operative from MID, the Antarctic Union’s intelligence agency, was the sole survivor of an ambush on his tactical team during a mission, which left him with amnesia. After being rescued by a mysterious girl with silver hair who called herself “Jefuty,” they find themselves being pursued by both factions, and the two of them must work together to overcome obstacles and escape peril.
As he gets closer to the truth, the veil of mystery over Jefuty’s true identity is lifted bit by bit, and it becomes clear that Mund has gotten himself embroiled in a massive conspiracy…
Watch the announcement trailer below. View a screenshot and set of artworks at the gallery.