Power Rangers Battle for the Grid Brings Crossplay
I am laughing about this one because not only am I partially excited but tripping out that this is the second game to implement full crossplay. Power Rangers Battle for the Grid is the right title for this game. You will be able to battle across PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and soon PC. I am happy because this is just the beginning.
May the Power Protect You
Power Ranger: Battle for the Grid is easy to learn but hard to master fighting game that delivers a modern take on the Power Rangers franchise. The game features stunning graphics with vivid details and pits new and classic Rangers and villains against each other in team battles. Featuring a streamlined combat system, the game welcomes newcomers to the genre with simplified controls, while maintaining depth and detail for more intense and experienced competitors. Players will be challenged to test their skills online against friends and other players around the world, providing endless replayability. With new content and game modes releasing throughout the year, the game will continuously offer the community new ways to play and compete.
- 25 Years of Rangers – Generations of Power Rangers collide across the multiverse’s 25-year history. Experience authentic but reimagined Power Rangers battle sequence like never before.
- No More Quarter Circles – Gone are overly complicated command inputs or long patterns. In this easy to learn, hard to master game, the depth is knowing when to strike, not how.
- Compete Online – Play against your friends or test your skills against live players from around the world. Participate in Online tournaments and missions throughout the year. This live game always offers something new.
- Cross-play & Cross-Progression – Matchmaking is made easy as players on Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC can compete in the same platforms and your mission progressions come with it.
Honestly, this is not the Power Rangers game I was expecting, but it is a means to gateway the future gaming. Let’s see how well it will work. Check it out this coming April which it will go for $19.99 for standard and $39.99 for the collectors’ edition. – Beast Out –