Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge is now available on PS4, PS5, PC, and Xbox Consoles. Unfortunately, since the release, players are experiencing various bugs and online issues. Today, we have compiled a list of TMNT Shredders Revenge known issues, bugs, and glitches.
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During an online session, if one of the players is disconnected on the score screen and attempts to rejoin the game, players may experience a softlock on the world map.
When 5 players try to join an online lobby, one of them might not be able to jump in.
Level 5 – During an online game session, if the host gets disconnected during the Rat King’s wave attack, he/she may disappear from the screen after a while.
Level 1 – When joining an ongoing game, the light spots may fall again (even if they have already been triggered), and inflict damage on the players, although they are not visible to them. This issue may also cause screen flickering throughout the rest of the level.
In local multiplayer, if one player disconnects his or her controller, the other players may still be able to play (even if an error message occurs).
When playing online, if the host is disconnected during Super Shredder’s dash attack, Super Shredder can get stuck in a wall, causing a softlock.
Level 15 – Just before the first downward section, your character may go out of bounds when jumping to the bottom right corner.
Level 4 – If Dirtbag digs a hole while a character is charging an attack, the character’s HP can drop to zero.
If Leonardo uses his guillotine attack (double jump + attack) and lands in a hole, his HP can drop to zero (regardless of the HP he had before). When this bug occurs, a dialog text is displayed several times.
Download the new driver and install it: Nvidia GeForce:
If you open one of the “Sound” tabs, you will see if there are issues with your sound drivers.
According to the game devs, this was a placeholder error. However, it is planned that the game will be available in Russian after the launch.
Many of these bugs are known to the developers, who are working hard to fix them.