Developer nWay has released a new update for Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid which adds a handful of new online focused content.
The v2.0 update introduces online lobbies with up to 8 players and spectator mode with up to four fights running simultaneously. Additionally, the update also brings crossplay where players across all gaming platforms can go head to head against one another in Ranked, Casual, Direct or Lobby Matches.
Crossplay helps players find matches quicker against similarly skilled players and opens up a larger matchmaking pool, making the game more competitive. Those who like to “double-dip” will be glad to learn that the game supports cross-progression, so players can carry progress made on one platform to another.
Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid is a 3v3 tag team fighter featuring current and classic Power Rangers and villains from the multiverse’s over 25-year history. nWay also brought back the original actors as story and combat voiceovers are performed by original POWER RANGERS cast members, including Jason David Frank (Tommy Oliver), Austin St. John (Jason Lee Scott), David J. Fielding (Zordon), Kerrigan Mahan, (Goldar), Dan Southworth (Eric Myers) and Meghan “Strawburry17” Camarena (Kimberly).
Here’s what Taehoon Kim, co-founder and CEO of nWay, had to say:
“We are proud to be able to offer POWER RANGERS: Battle of the Grid players more content and features over the past several months. With the latest update, the game is now exactly what we had envisioned when we started creating the title knowing that players will enjoy all of the competitive features, immersive story-lines and wide range of characters and arenas that make the game one of the best fighting games available.”
Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid is now available for $19,99.