An unfinished version of Shredder's stage has been found in Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl, making it even more likely that he's the next post-launch character coming to the game.
Earlier this week, Garfield was added to Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl as the first post-launch fighter. The update appears to have brought more than just the Monday-hating cat into the game, however, as data related to Shredder has also been found.
As shared by Fabulous_Mud_4814 on the All-Star Brawl subreddit, Shredder's stage can be found within the game's files, although it's clearly unfinished. The stage itself shows the Statue of Liberty in the background, which is likely a reference to Turtles in Time, which had him stealing the statue and putting it inside the Technodrome.
Although the stage is clearly unfinished at the moment, it looks as if the Statue is inside the Technodrome, as the yellow railings match how the area found at the end of Turtles in Time. Although Shredder's stage has been found within the files, no more data related to Shredder himself has been dug up.
This shouldn't come as too much of a surprise, considering that only Garfield's stage and move data were found within the game files. His character model wasn't found before launch, so it's likely the same situation with Shredder. According to members of the subreddit, the stage isn't currently playable and only an image of it can be found within the files.
Interestingly, All-Star Brawl players assumed that Shredder's stage was actually going to be based on Double Dare, as a nearly-finished version of that stage was found in the game's files during launch. It's possible that we'll get the Double Dare stage on its own, or as part of an update that brings in items, which also appear to be nearly finished in the latest update.
If you've been keeping an eye on Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl, you'll know that Shredder was leaked as the second DLC character when the game first launched. Data was found within the game's files that revealed both Shredder and Garfield's moveset, as well as showing off an unfinished version of Garfield's stage.
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