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Update: Here are the patch notes for Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl's first update on Xbox and PC

Posted by Justin 'AdaptiveTrigger' Gordon • October 11, 2021 at 4:45 p.m. PDT • Comments: 11

Update: Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl has now received its first patch for Xbox One / Series X|S. Details for for this update have been added to the bottom of the previous story.

Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl launched with some rather glaring issues. Characters like Sandy Cheeks and Michelangelo were capable of doing things that clearly broke the rules of what was intended for the game.

According to GameMill Entertainment, a new patch has been issued for the PC version of Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl. Details about the update for other platforms are expected to drop early next week.

Sandy's ability to perform an infinite combo has been addressed with this new version. Previously, Sandy had a sequence that led to a knockdown that couldn't be teched. Now it's possible to tech the setup and escape what was previously inescapable when getting hit by Sandy's jab..

Michelangelo was also capable of infinitely jump cancelling his down special, even in situations where his double jump had already been expended. After securing a single hit, it was previously possible for Michelangelo to win any game by simply stalling out the match where it'd be impossible for the opponent to retaliate.

The rest of the changes are addressing things that aren't quite as game breaking. Although Sandy and Michelangelo's overall power levels will be toned down by the fixes, this patch does not appear to have any focus on balance adjustments. Those will likely come later.

Check out all the patch notes for the PC version of Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl below:

Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl patch notes

• Fixed Sandy's jab lock infinite.
• Fixed Michelangelo's infinite jump from down special.
• Fixed Powdered Toast Man not having a respawn effect.
• Fixed jab reset effect triggering when it shouldn't.
• Fixed tech not activating as intended if landing from launch state.
• Fixed selection disappearing when pressing down in last region.
• Now auto region is selected when there's not a preferred region saved.

The Xbox patch released today attempts to address a few technical issues hitting the game after launch with improving the online matchmaking experience and fixing screen tearing problems present on the Series X|S versions of the title.

It's unclear at the moment if they also included the bug fixes found in the PC update, but the lack of clarity likely means they were not at this time.

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