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Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery postponed to 2022

Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery has been pushed back to next year. Developers need time to complete a project. It is a tactical RPG coming to PC, Nintendo Switch and smartphones.

Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery is a remastered game called Code Name: Bakery Girl (2013). In terms of gameplay, we control a group of anime heroes who fight step by step with representatives of another faction. Now the developers have reported that the improved version will be postponed to 2022. They need time to add thoughtful lines to the plot, improve graphics, characters, levels and game mechanics. The publisher reported this in Steam post

Essentially, the plot will be rewritten because it was originally too short. For example, the number of words will increase 8 times compared to the original. Along with this, the number of levels will be added, which will reflect changes in history. Also, visual fans will appreciate the addition of effects and animations to characters for a more visual storytelling.


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