Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge Dimension Shellshock Launches on August 31 Alongside Free Update, Reveals Foot Clan Outlaw Karai as a Playable Character
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Publisher Dotemu and developer Tribute Games, under license from Paramount Consumer Products, announced that the upcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge Dimension Shellshock DLC officially hangs ten August 31 on Switch ($7.99 USD). Revealing fan-favorite Karai in an all-new trailer, fans can catch a glimpse of this former Foot Clan member as she charges enemies with lightning-fast moves alongside her four favorite Turtles. Separate from Dimension Shellshock, a second free update will also be released, offering an additional range of color palette options for all main game owners.
Dimension Shellshock brings two new playable fighters to the forefront of the action at launch later this month. Karai joins the razor-sharp Miyamoto Usagi, star of the Usagi Yojimbo comic book series and a fan favorite ally to the Turtles seen in previous cameos across the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated series and action figure releases. Karai’s signature snark brings a bite to the fight alongside her deadly skills with her swift ninjutsu strikes. With Karai at your side there’s no stopping the Turtles as they kick, punch and party their way across the various new worlds in Dimension Shellshock’s rift-jumping battles.
The full DLC packs a punch for fans at launch featuring a new Survival game mode, fresh original music from the soundtrack’s composer Tee Lopes, and alternative color schemes for playable fighters. Survival Mode introduces collectible crystals that allow you to jump from dimension to dimension, each with its own unique look and feel.
The Dimension Shellshock DLC and upcoming update follow a previous free December release which added Custom Game options, giving fans extraordinary control over the way they kick shell through 11 mix-and-match modifiers along with retro-themed visual filters and an extra large serving of general refinements.