Update: The latest update has arrived in SMITE, meaning that the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are now available as playable characters. Details can be found below.
All four Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are available through an all-new Battle Pass dedicated to the classic franchise. Players can become the Turtle’s leader, Leonardo, with a skin for Osiris unlocked immediately upon purchasing the Battle Pass. Then, just by playing SMITE, purchasers will unlock Raphael Loki, Michelangelo Mercury, and Donatello Sun Wukong, each armed with signature weapons from the series.
The Battle Pass unlocks dozens of thematic cosmetics—Avatars, Loading Frames, Death Stamps, and more—featuring pizzas, sewers and Mousers. And for the most hardcore fans, there are bonus prestige skins with a unique 80’s cartoon-inspired look for all four Turtles. Players can also join the fight as the Turtles’ master, Splinter, or their arch-rival Shredder. Both are out now, and available as a separate purchase.
Original Article (Tue 13th Oct, 2020 10:30 BST): The pizza-loving superhero gang of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles will soon be available as playable characters in popular MOBA, SMITE, it's been revealed.
Leonardo, Raphael, Michelangelo, and Donatello all appear as skins in the all-new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Battle Pass, which will be available in November. Purchasing the pass gives you instant access to Leonardo – a new Osiris skin – and through playing the game, you'll then unlock Raphael Loki, Michelangelo Mercury, and Donatello Sun Wukong.
The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Battle Pass is chock full of content for dedicated fans of the series, including a Mouser ward skin and a global emote for whenever you want to say “Cowabunga!” For the most hardcore of fans, bonus prestige skins in the Battle Pass feature a unique 80’s cartoon-inspired look for all four Turtles.
Players will also be able to become the Turtles’ master, Splinter, or their arch-rival Shredder through this crossover event. Splinter Hachiman and Shredder Ravana skins will be available as separate purchases.
If you're yet to play SMITE, it's free-to-play on Switch and could well be worth a try. In our review, we said that "there’s a slow grind to earn skins via the Season Pass, but the game itself is one of the best entries in the genre and it’s right here on Switch – a cause for celebration and no mistake".