Bluepoch Games Unveils Massive Update and Mystery Box Carnival for Reverse: 1999

Bluepoch Games has announced a major update for its time-travel strategic RPG, Reverse: 1999, set to launch on February 29th. This eagerly anticipated update, titled “The Prisoner in the Cave,” introduces an Ancient Greece-themed expansion alongside a Mystery Box Carnival, promising an array of exciting new content for players to explore. Available on the App Store, Google Play, and PC, The Prisoner in the Cave marks a significant milestone for the game, which has already garnered over 19.99 million downloads since its launch last October.

In version 1.4 of Reverse: 1999, players will embark on a thrilling new storyline featuring Timekeeper Vertin and a cast of arcanist companions as they journey to a mysterious island untouched by the devastating “Storm.” This update boasts three new powerful arcanists, along with three original game modes, epic rewards, and various in-game activities, making it the most content-rich update yet. New and existing players alike will have the opportunity to delve deeper into the immersive world of Reverse: 1999 and uncover its darkest secrets.

A livestream is slated for broadcast soon which will showcase the new content coming to the game. Check it out below:

Key features of the version 1.4 update include:

  • New Storyline: The Prisoner in the Cave introduces a compelling narrative set in Ancient Greece, offering players a fresh perspective on the world of “Reverse: 1999” and its enigmatic characters.
  • Additional Characters: Two new arcanists, 37 and 6, join the roster in phase one and phase two of the update, each with their own unique abilities and backstory.
  • New Gameplay Modes: Players can test their skills in three new gameplay modes, including boss rush challenges, 3D puzzles, and character-focused story events.
  • Abundant Rewards: Version 1.4 offers players the chance to earn up to 80 free pulls, along with a variety of in-game rewards and bonuses, including exclusive character skins and customization options.
  • Fan-Created Content: In collaboration with GSAS and APEX, Bluepoch Games has announced a range of fan-created merchandise, including figurines and 3D frames, alongside the launch of the game’s official record label, The 1999 Records.
  • Exciting Events: Players can participate in a series of time-limited events, summoning new characters, collecting exclusive rewards, and uncovering hidden secrets throughout the game world.

Reverse: 1999 Update

With its immersive storytelling, stunning visuals, and captivating gameplay mechanics, Reverse: 1999 continues to captivate players around the world. Download the latest update on the App Store, Google Play, or PC and experience the next chapter in this epic time-travel adventure on February 29th.

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