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Upcoming Tactical RPG Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery Gets An Intriguing New Trailer

Sunborn Network and X.D. Network have released a brand new trailer for Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery, an upcoming tactical RPG headed to Switch.

The game is a remake of 2013’s Code Name: Bakery Girl, and it’s set to be revamped with new artwork, voice-overs, story-lines, and gameplay mechanics. The new video above gives us just a taste of what the game’s plot and tactical RPG gameplay will offer, and we must say, the art style has us feeling more than ready to give it a good go.

Here’s a little more info to get you clued up:

The story of Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery happens 30 years after the eventsof Girls Frontline. The world is plagued by war and resource crises because of theCollapse Fluid pollution. During the world‘s post-war reconstruction process, thenewly formed “Antarctic Union” and the “URNC” begin to fight over the result of the”Three Goddesses Project”.

Mendo, an operative from MID (the Antarctic Union’s intelligence agency) isambushed in avital mission in the North Caucasus. He is saved by a girl with silverhair named “Jefuty”. Players will control Mendo and Jefuty facing the harsh terrains,overwhelming URNC soldiers, and unknown force pulling the strings behind thescenes. Finding allies and uncovering a massive conspiracy surrounding code name”Bakery” along the way.

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We don’t have a release date for this one just yet, but a Switch version has been confirmed alongside releases on PC and mobile.

Are you liking the look of the game from the trailer? Do you think it has potential? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below.

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