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Reverse: 1999 to Launch Version 1.1 November 9

Shortly following an enormously successful worldwide launch, Bluepoch Games has announced that 20th century time-travel strategic RPG Reverse: 1999 will release its free Version 1.1 update titled “The Theft of the Rimet Cup” on November 9 across the App StoreGoogle Play, and PC. The global phenomenon’s first update will introduce three new characters – the Great Thief Melania, the degenerate hippy Diggers, and the adorable yet surprisingly philosophical Border Collie Pickles – to the game, alongside new events, garments, a limited-time seasonal challenge, and much more. The update announcement trailer showcases how every good heist begins with a good plan.

 Reverse: 1999 to Launch Version 1.1 November 9

Reverse: 1999 has already topped charts in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, France, Japan, Korea and more than 160 countries and regions only days after its global launch. Don’t let time pass by – download the game today for a chance to receive up to 73 summons.

In today’s new trailer, players meet the Great Thief Melania after she successfully plans, announces, and completes her heist of a renowned museum collection. Her next target? The Rimet Cup. Meanwhile, a man appearing to be a passionate football fan decides to take his puppies to pay the Cup a casual visit. Coincidentally, another man dressed in hippie attire argues with the head of a security company that uses robots to guard world famous prizes, just like the Rimet Cup.

Download Reverse: 1999 today on the App StoreGoogle Play, and PC via the game’s official website for a chance to receive up to 73 summons. Plan out an ambitious heist with the timekeeper community via Discord and follow on X / TwitterYouTubeFacebook, and the game’s official website.

Related: REVERSE: 1999 Time Travel Strategic RPG Now Out Worldwide for Free for PC and Mobile

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