Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery

Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery Beta Signups Open

Girls’ Frontline players may soon get a new look at its developers’ first work. Studio Mica Team announced that it is opening closed beta sign ups for Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery. There will be limited slots available, and applicants will be selected from those who indicate their interest via this registration form. The test period itself will run from March 10-14, 2023.

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The Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery closed beta is confidential, so sharing information publicly will be prohibited. Applicants will be required to submit their email addresses and join the game’s official Discord server.

As for what the game itself is, Reverse Collapse is an enhanced remake of Codename: Bakery Girl, the one of the first games released by Mica Team back when it was an doujin circle and before it incorporated as Sunborn to develop Girls’ FrontlineCodename: Bakery Girl shares its setting and backstory with Girls’ Frontline, and takes place decades after its story. Bakery Girl follows Mendo, an agent of the Antarctic Union, and a mysterious girl named Jefuty.

Reverse Collapse will modernize the systems and visuals of the original game. Unlike Girls’ Frontline, it’ll be a traditional pay-to-purchase title rather than a free-to-play live game. Once finished, it’ll launch on PC and follow to mobile platforms, and be the first international release for the content of Codename: Bakery Girl.

Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery is in development. The closed beta test runs from March 10 to March 14, 2023. Girls’ Frontline is available for mobile platforms.

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