Reverse: 1999 Reveals Global October Release Date; Pre-Registration Surpasses 100,000

BluePoch Games announced that their time-traveling RPG Reverse: 1999 is coming to PC and iOS and Android devices on October 26, 2023.

Currently, there’s a pre-registration campaign for extra in-game rewards, where 100,000 people have registered. The game is being shown at Tokyo Game Show 2023, where attendees can play a demo and get additional rewards.

All pre-registered players will receive a bundle of in-game rewards when the game launches later this year, with bigger, better bonuses unlocked as more players sign up, including Matilda, a five-star character with a French accent.

In Reverse: 1999, players step into an alternate history where the world experienced a phenomenon called the “Storm” on the eve of 1999. Controlling Vertin, the Timekeeper, with the aid of Sonetto, an arcanist ally, you’ll navigate various eras after each “Storm” to unearth the mysteries surrounding this phenomenon. Your mission includes rescuing arcanists from different time periods who are threatened by the “Storm.”

The game boasts a visually stunning fusion of retro and modern aesthetics, blending elements of Pop Art and classical oil painting. It introduces players to enigmatic arcanists and offers full English voice acting with authentic accents, immersing players in past ages. Animations and Live 2D elements enrich the story, and players will embark on a cinematic journey across the 20th century, from the Roaring ’20s to the turn of the millennium.

To win, players assemble teams, cast spells, and employ captivating arcane skills in battles against formidable foes. Reverse: 1999 presents an RPG adventure through time, inviting players to uncover the secrets behind the “Storm” and the mysteries of 1999.

In case you missed it, check out our preview.

You can watch the trailer below:

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