When the highly anticipated Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder's Revenge launched in June, it boasted an impressive array of local and online co-op features. The Xbox, Switch, and PC versions allowed local and online players to join the same game, a feature we call combo co-op. PlayStation, however, did not support this feature. That finally changes with the latest update, which enables combo co-op in PlayStation. What's more, all versions of Shredder's Revenge just got a party code system to facilitate cross-platform co-op!
TMNT: Shredder's Revenge November 7 Patch Notes
- Multi-signing support on PS4 to play with local and online pals!
- Join friends' parties on Switch
Party Codes (ONLINE):
- You can now share Party Codes (five letters only) for easier matchmaking with friends who can now jump in via Join Party Code. Party codes are displayed at the bottom of the host's party panel.
- The difficulty is now displayed for each lobby when looking for online games.
- Fixed long respawn delay after falling in holes in single-player mode
- Fixed rare issues with enemies becoming invincible when a player quits the game
- Fixed client-side Chrome Dome sometime invincible when it shouldn't be
- Fixed Krang's torso not receiving any damage from clients, only the host
- Fixed clients sometimes not unlocking a cameo that the host found
We haven't tested the PlayStation version's new combo co-op feature, but it should work the same way as in other versions. As for party codes, the game automatically generates party codes when players create online parties. These codes can then be used by other players to join the host's games. It should make cross-platform co-op, which did not work properly at launch, actually functional. Let's all hop into some online games to find out!
Shredder's Revenge supports up to 6-player local or online co-op, with the PlayStation version limited to 4 local players. See our co-op review for all the details.