April O’Neil, CatDog revealed for Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl

As promised, Nickelodeon and Slap Metropolis builders Ludosity revealed two new playable characters for Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl throughout Gamescom 2021—April O’Neil and CatDog.

CatDog was anticipated after a leaked piece of box art imagery showcased a number of character silhouettes, together with some who weren’t revealed on the time. The double-headed fighter appears slightly odd showing in a 3D type, however the hectic approach they will assault on each ends and with wacky assaults suits proper into the present lineup. 

Nonetheless, April was a little bit of a shock, principally since not the entire Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have been confirmed for the sport but, with solely Leonardo and Michelangelo at the moment being confirmed for the brand new combating sport. 

That is really the second motion sport that April has been confirmed for this week, having been revealed as a playable character within the retro-faithful side-scrolling beat ’em up TNMT: Shredder’s Revenge throughout a earlier Gamescom presentation yesterday. 

Since she wasn’t included among the many characters leaked within the field artwork, if it was even absolutely correct, April opens the door for dozens of different characters that gamers need to see added to the combating sport’s roster. 

Associated: Five characters we want to see in Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl

We nonetheless don’t know a lot about All-Star Brawl, particularly contemplating the sport continues to be set for a Fall 2021 launch. There’ll probably be greater than a handful of different character reveals dropping within the upcoming months, which is able to hopefully embrace extra details about the sport’s fight system, sport modes, and launch date too.

https://dotesports.com/fgc/news/april-oneil-catdog-revealed-for-nickelodeon-all-star-brawl | April O’Neil, CatDog revealed for Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl


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