Power Rangers: Battle For The Grid 2.0 Updated is Go Go

Power Rangers Battle For The Grid, the beat em up that features the titular rangers just got a huge new update and it’s even introduced full crossplay support.

Go Go take on all your friends on any platform in Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid 2.0 update just launched and the spandex-clad beat em up that is possibly one of the best fighting games of last year has a ton of updates for 2020. Dropping yesterday, the patch adds a number of features that many fighting fans may have been missing. Probably the biggest change to this update is full cross-platform play. The title released around March 2019 and is now available on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Google Stadia, and Microsoft Windows. Sony’s Playstation was the final holdout on this front and months after the game hit PC, you can now school anybody that still holds their mouse and keyboard dear on how to wield the red ranger sword.

Even More Morphin

In addition to cross-platform play, Battle for the Grid now includes spectator mode, so gamers can watch the green ranger take on the green ranger. Online Lobbies are also added, allowing up to eight competitors to join up and fight across a series of matches, dropping to spectate if their Zrod blows up in a dodgy CGI explosion. This adds to the range of DLC additions that have been slowly creeping into the game since it originally morphed into our life.

Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid is an easy to learn but difficult to master celebration of the Power Rangers legacy. Featuring rangers from across the franchise 25-year history, it allows gamers to play as a ranger and fight it out among the worlds that featured on the Saturday morning TV show. It now includes the above 2.0 additions as well as nearly 20 fighters, a huge variety of locations, and a story mode. You can find out more about the new update by heading over to the official website or checking out the trailer above. Just, watch out for Lord Drakkon.


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For those of you who I’ve not met yet, my name is Ed. After an early indoctrination into PC gaming, years adrift on the unwashed internet, running a successful guild, and testing video games, I turned my hand to writing about them. Now, you will find me squawking across a multitude of sites and even getting to play games now and then

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