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Reverse: 1999: The time-traveling strategic RPG game to release globally soon

Look to the Horizon!

Reverse: 1999 is a stylish, strategic role-playing game where the magical power of Arcanum allows its practitioners to meddle with the very mechanics of reality and is set to release globally soon. It is already a chart-topping hit abroad. Players assume control of the Timekeeper, an expert temporal observer entrusted with leading a team to investigate and defend reality against dangers to the chronology. The game is set in a colorful and realistic parallel 20th century.

Reverse: 1999 is getting ready for a global release with a cast from around the world and a full English voiceover. On July 21, more details will be made available on the teaser page. Be ready to watch the horizon and go back in time.

Experience a fascinating time-travel adventure through the 20th century in Reverse: 1999

The distinction between science and mysticism is hazy in Reverse: 1999. The world’s history is being torn apart by the “Storm,” a strange phenomenon that is tearing the timeline, as rival factions of arcanists—natural-born magic users—compete for power. Players will assemble a cast of unique, colorful characters from throughout the twentieth century. When paranormal entities, competing Arcanists, and other threats to the future arise, everything will be required.

Reverse: 1999 announced
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After the countdown on July 21st, a lot more information about Reverse: 1999 will be made public. Explore the teaser website until then to see some of the oddities that the Timekeeper has amassed over the years, including:

  • A well-kept yet severely worn hat that belonged to the timekeeper.
  • A magical leather case that will keep its contents safe from all dangers.
  • A magical glass pen that sparkled.
  • A newspaper from America during Prohibition.
  • A snapshot of the turbulent 1960s.
  • A computer loaded with information from 1999.
Reverse: 1999 announced
Image via Bluepoch Games

Each object, whether it belonged to the Timekeeper or one of their Arcanist allies, held a secret and might be crucial to future plot development. Join the queue in 20th-century Washington Square, and you’ll learn a little more about the history of a different object every day. Interested fans can visit the official Twitter handle for more information on the game.

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