The Reverse: 1999 Launch Date Has Been Revealed – But Only in China

feature image for our reverse: 1999 launch news, the image features promo art for the game of two anime characters walking in the rain with the cityscape behind them, one character is holding an umbrella over the other characters head as they hold a suitcase

The Reverse: 1999 launch seems to be a staggered one. It may have flown under the radar for some, but many gacha fans are patiently waiting for the global release of the game. Reverse: 1999 is set to launch in China on May 31st, with no sign of a potential global release date just yet.

For more information on the game, visit the official website. So far, we know that it will launch on iOS and Android devices. 

English Voice Acting… But Where’s the Global Release?

The biggest clue that the game will launch in English speaking territories is that the entire game has been translated into English. However, we still need to take the fact that other translations will need to be created into account.

A brand-new PV trailer also dropped amidst the Reverse: 1999 launch news. It looks like a pretty quirky game, with a talking apple, stylish art, and a mysterious storyline. 

What is Reverse: 1999?

If you’re unfamiliar with the game entirely, you can join the club. It’s all a bit of a mystery at the moment, as it seems to feature a blend of modern and historical elements – it certainly sets the scene of an interesting premise. 

Combat-wise, it’s a turn-based RPG with flashy animations as you battle it out in a variety of environments. It already has its own subreddit despite the fact that it’s only had beta tests in China. It’s certainly an anticipated game for those that are interested in the gacha genre. 

In fact, there’s a handy gameplay trailer that’ll add down below to satiate your curiosities!

What Makes Reverse: 1999 Different?

Over the years, we’ve seen a lot of gacha games that seem like clones of each other. But, Reverse: 1999 looks to be quite different from the rest. We’re quite excited to get our hands on it ourselves, so we’re hoping for a global release later this year. 

If you’re looking for something new to play while you wait for the launch, take a look at our Best Android Gacha Games guide!

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