A second preview trailer was released for Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery, a game set within the Girls Frontline universe in development for Nintendo Switch, PC and mobile. You can watch the trailer below:
The overview via Gematsu is given as follows:
The gameplay preview features a boss fight against Noel, the younger sister of the protagonist Jefuty. The footage shows off the game’s new live 2D models, dynamic battlegrounds, and advanced motion graphics unprecedented for tactical RPGs.
At about 41 seconds into the video, we get a glimpse of the character sheet showcasing each character’s eight combat stats beyond the standard HP, AP, and SP. Each character also has their own unique passives, weapons, and an inventory of other abilities.
Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery is a tactical RPG game currently in development for PC, Nintendo Switch, and mobile. The game is a remaster of Sunborn Network’s Code Name: Bakery Girl (2013) with improved graphics, voice-overs, stages, gameplay mechanics, and storyline; it is also a sequel to Girls’ Frontline and a prequel to the upcoming Girls’ Frontline 2: Exilium, the developer’s flagship titles. The game expands on the Reverse Collapse universe as the player takes on the role of Jefuty as she struggles to survive the war. With this project, Sunborn Network returns to the premium game model with an all-inclusive single-player experience.
The preview trailer doesn’t give any hints about the release date, but if you’ve been watching the Code Name Bakery page on Steam, the release is set for 1 / 2 October. A price has also yet to be revealed.