Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid will finally release for PC next month on September 24. While a PC version was promised back during the announcement of the game, not much has been said about it since other than it was coming Summer 2019. While summer may be just about over, meaning the game will miss its original release target, it will more than likely have a more successful launch than it had on consoles. As when the game launched on consoles it was viewed as broken and barebones.
Through various updates over the months, gameplay mechanics were improved and modes were added making the game an all-around better experience. Characters were also added, slightly improving the very small launch roster. The PC version of the game will also include the complete story mode which was completely absent from the console version at launch. And if you have friends who have either the game on either Xbox One or Nintendo Switch you’ll be able to cross-play with them. If you have the game yourself on a console, the game also features cross-progression so you can carry over your progress between the platforms.
Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid will release for PC on September 24 and can be pre-ordered now. There are two editions available, the standard edition which will include the base game or the collector’s edition which will include a Lord Drakkon Evo II skin, a Pink Ranger skin, and the season one pass which comes with Lord Zedd, the Pink Time Force Ranger, and The Gold Zeo Ranger. Both editions will also come with a Green Ranger V2 skin if pre-ordered. Stay tuned as we’ll be sure to have a review for the PC version when it is released.