Bluepoch Games Celebrates Reverse 1999’s Semi-Anniversary With Version 1.6 Reveal

Reverse 1999 Version 1.6

Bluepoch Games has officially announced the release of the Version 1.6 update for their award-winning 20th-century time-travel strategic RPG, Reverse: 1999. Set to launch on May 30, 2024, the update, titled “Notes on Shuori,” will be available on PC, iOS, and Android. This major update coincides with the game’s six-month anniversary, marking a significant milestone for the game and its community.

Check out the Reverse 1999 Version 1.6 trailer below:

New Features in Version 1.6:

Limited Characters and Summons:

  • Jiu Niangzi: The first limited character, a 6-star, available through the Dushuo Festival Limited Banner “Till the Last Drop.”

Reverse 1999 Version 1.6

  • Yenisei: A 5-star character also featured in the Dushuo Festival Limited Banner.

Free Rewards:

  • Garment of An-an Lee: Available for free to all players during the event.
  • Summons: 30 free pulls for all players and up to 90 free pulls for new players.

Guest Cat, the Art Director, shared, “Jiu Niangzi is tied exclusively to the Dushuo Festival Limited Banner. We think players will love both her and Yenisei. They are both brilliantly brought to life by our incredibly talented voice actors Melody Peng and Alice Malakhov.”

New Gameplay Modes:

Roguelike Mode – “Echoes in the Mountain”:

  • Launches on June 8, 2024, and runs until July 11, 2024. Players will follow the Field Agent Squad led by Semmelweis as they investigate a Manus branch, guided by a mysterious melody, uncovering deep secrets.

Puzzle Mode – “The Three Doors”:

  • A new chapter, “The History of the Gears,” will be available, offering puzzles and exploration with rewards like Clear Drops and other materials.

Seasonal and Event Content:

Phase 2 (June 20 – July 11, 2024):

  • Players can summon the new 6-star character Getian (Beast) from the banner “Over the New Leaf.”

Limited Building and Clear Drops:

  • By signing in for a total of 10 days, players can obtain the limited Building – Peach Garden, along with other rewards such as Jars of Picrasma Candy and Growth Materials.

“Gift of Shuori” Event:

  • Players can receive blessings and gifts from mysterious characters by logging in during the event.

Celebrations and Special Events:

Half-Year Anniversary Livestream:

  • An official livestream showcasing Version 1.6 will be held on May 18, 2024, at 21:00 PM (UTC-5).

Fan Creations Event:

  • The “Before the Next Journey” event offers a prize pool of US$22,750.

Offline Event with Soragumi:

  • “The Good Ol’ Days” Half-Year Anniversary Special Offline Event will take place from June 1 to June 30 at locations in Los Angeles and Buena Park, California.

Web Event – “Dushuo Mysteries”:

  • Investigate puzzles and mysteries to claim Clear Drops and growth materials.

Social Media Campaign:

  • Share #MyReverse1999Memories on social media from May 20 to June 6, 2024, for a chance to win Half-Anniv Giveaways.

Reverse: 1999 is available for download on the App Store, Google Play, and the official Reverse: 1999 website. Download now to get up to 90 pulls and enjoy the collection of original soundtracks from versions 1.1 to 1.6, along with the beloved EP series, available on music streaming platforms.

If you want, you can rewatch the entire livestream of the 2024 Half-Year Anniversary Preview Program below:

Celebrate Reverse: 1999’s semi-anniversary by diving into the new content and updates and join the community in commemorating this milestone. Previously, the developer also released Phase One of Revival! The Uluru Games along with a Massive Update and Mystery Box Carnival for the game.

Would you be interested in jumping back into Reverse 1999 to try out the new content arriving in the game in its Update 1.6? Let us know in the comments section below.

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