- Reverse: 1999 has been downloaded 19.99 million times globally
- The “Journey to Mor Pankh” update adds 6-star Shamane to the gacha pool
- Rate-up banners will be up for a limited time
Bluepoch Games has announced an exciting new update for Reverse: 1999, letting players welcome a new playable character to the fray along with limited-time in-game events. In particular, Shamane is a 6-star Beast Arcanist that adds a beautifully tragic air to the time-travel strategic RPG – which, coincidentally, is also celebrating 19.99 million downloads across the globe, as well as a 4.8 out of 5 rating on the iOS App Store.
During the second part of Reverse: 1999’s Version 1.3 update, you can look forward to the “Journey to Mor Pankh” update that features a new narrative to sink your teeth into. There will also be bountiful sign-in events where you can score in-game goodies for free simply by logging into the game, as well as daily rewards that put free pulls from the gacha up for grabs. The limited-time update will run until February 22nd, so be sure to get your summons in order until then.
In case you’re unfamiliar with the game, Reverse: 1999 offers a unique tale in which time flows in reverse. You’ll assemble a team of Arcanists from different time periods as Vertin the Timekeeper to combat the effects of the mysterious “Storm”.
Shamane will be available in the summons pool via the rate-up banner “Another Spring Thaw” with 5-star characters Balloon Party and Satsuki. If you’re eager for more freebies, why not take a look at our list of redeem codes to get your fill?
If you’re keen on joining in on all the fun with the latest update, you can do so by downloading Reverse: 1999 as a free-to-play game with in-app purchases. You can also visit the official website to stay updated on all the latest developments, join the community of followers on Facebook for more info, or take a little sneak peek at the embedded clip above to get a feel of the latest additions to the game.