How to Reroll in Reverse 1999 | Complete Reroll Guide & Reroll Tier List

So, I hear you want to learn how to reroll in Reverse 1999, is that correct? Well, I’ve written a complete Reverse 1999 reroll guide to help you understand everything there is to know about the reroll process, and which units you want to aim for.

Let’s start with the very beginning: what is rerolling, and why you might want to do it?

Since Reverse 1999 is a gacha game, the units you pull early on from the free gacha or the beginner gacha should be top-tier in order to help you reach the late game much easier. It’s not exactly mandatory to reroll in Reverse 1999 if you just want to play it for fun and casually, but if you want to have a sure chance at winning late-game, then you should reroll.

How to Reroll in Reverse 1999 – The Complete Reroll Guide

In Reverse 1999 the rerolling process can be a bit tedious, depending on which platform you play. For iOS users the rerolling process is different than for Android users, which is also different from players who choose to play on an emulator or on a PC. So, we’ve got ourselves a massive Reverse 1999 reroll guide to cover all of them. Seems only fair.

Don’t forget to claim all the latest Reverse 1999 codes for even more free goods!

Use the buttons to quickly navigate to the respective platform’s reroll guide:

How to Reroll in Reverse 1999 on PC

If you want to play Reverse: 1999 on your PC, it’s better if you do it for start on one of the available emulators like Bluestacks or LDPlayer.

Why is it better? Well, because the re-rolling process is much easier on an emulator can clone instances. You can start the game on an emulator, complete your re-rolls, and if you like the results, you can bind the account to an email.

Once you have the characters that you want on your account you can play the game on any of the supporting platforms (PC, Android, iOS).

So, let’s talk about how to perform a re-roll on Reverse: 1999, shall we?

How to Reroll in Reverse 1999 on Emulator

Once you’ve downloaded the .APK and all the resources, you should see the welcome screen (see image).

This is VERY important:

  • Make sure NOT to log into the game or accept any terms.

What you want to do is open your emulator’s instance manager and turn off the instance that you are currently running.

Next, you want to clone that instance and create a new one. You can name it however you like, it doesn’t matter. Just keep in mind that the first instance you created, will be your “base” instance. A clean installation of the game and nothing more.

You can continue to clone new instances, you can create 4 or 5 or even more (depending on your computer).

If you want to re-roll all instances at the same time, if you are using LDPlayer you can synchronize the instances, but that’s optional. If your computer can’t handle it or you find it somewhat complicated, it’s okay.

Play the game in the newly created instances and after you clear stage 1-4 you will be able to perform your first ten-pull.

  • If the results are not what you wanted, simply close the game and delete the instance.
  • Once you get the characters that you want, all you have to do is bind the account to your email.

Eternity (especially), Lilya, and Regulus are some of the characters that you should try to get your hands on.

How to Reroll in Reverse 1999 on Mobile

If you have to start the game on your mobile device, you better get some salted emails ready because that’s the only way to do it.

Sadly, the old good “Clear Data” option didn’t work for us during our test runs. Also, at least currently, there’s no “Delete Account” button available in the game.

Even uninstalling the game and installing it from scratch won’t do you any good. So, there’s really one option. Have some emails that you can use. Don’t worry about it, it’s not a bannable offense as you don’t break the ToS.

The Best Units to Reroll For

  • Lilya, Regulus, Eternity (6*)

When you reroll, if you only use the Release Gacha, either character from there is a good choice (Lilya, Regulus or Eternity). You can check our Reverse 1999 tier list for more detailed information, but all 3 guaranteed 6* characters from that are good.

  • Centurion (6*)

As for the other units, if you managed to pull Centurion, then you can safely say that you’re done rerolling. That unit is just the best in the game, and that’s that. You can also aim for other S-tier characters, such as these ones:

  • An-an Lee (6*)
  • Medicine Pocket (6*)
  • Voyager (6*)
  • Charlie (5*)
  • Bkornblume (5*)
  • Balloon Party (5*)


While rerolling in Reverse 1999 is not the easiest (or the fastest for that matter), you might not have to do it at all if you want to just casually enjoy the game. If you do reroll, however, try to get Centurion along with either one of the Release Banner characters and you’re set for success.

Did you like our guide? Make sure to leave a comment for us down below and if there’s anything else you would like to learn about the game, we’ll definitely cover it!

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