With the increasing popularity of mobile games over the past couple of years, it has been quite interesting to see various free titles rise and fall. Girls’ Frontiline was one of the games that we had the pleasure of trying quite a while ago and we were pretty impressed with its gameplay and music back then. Now, developer MICAteam, which is a subsidiary of Sunborn Games Technology and the studio responsible for Girls’ Frontline, has announced that it is teaming up with publisher X.D Network to make a new tactical RPG titled Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery for PC, Nintendo Switch, and mobile. Check out the trailer for this game below:

Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery is actually a remake version of Code Name: Bakery Girl. A tie-in to Girls’ Frontline that was originally launched back in 2013. It offers improved visuals, brand new voice acting, levels, and an expanded story. In term of gameplay, it is a tactical turn-based RPG with a futuristic setting when the world has been ravaged by a second Cold War. 2 factions are now at war for technology. You become Jefuty, an individual who is just simply trying to survive in this chaotic environment. One thing worth noting is that, unlike Girls’ Frontline which is available for free, this upcoming release will be premium.

Reverse Collapse
The game offers improved visuals, as well as new levels and an expanded story

As of the moment, it is unclear which regions Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery will be available in, but at launch, it will support English, Japanese, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, and Korean texts, as well as Japanese voiceovers. We do know for sure that it will come to the Wes, though. No exact release date is confirmed either, so while waiting for its arrival, you can check out Girls’ Frontline as it has slowly been expanding to more regions recently. For more information on Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery, visit its official Steam page.

Reverse Collapse Cover
It will be available on PC, Nintendo Switch, and mobile