Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid had a rough start when it first released on the PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch earlier this year. Through constant updates, improvements, and additions made to the game, it is now what many who play it would consider a fun fighting game. And today on September 24 not only is Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid releasing for the PC today but Season 2 was also announced and will be starting today as well.
Season 2 content will be rolling out over the next few months beginning with a new character, Anubis ‘Doggie’ Cruger, the Shadow Ranger from Power Rangers S.P.D. He is available today and is part of the season 2 pass, or available to purchase by himself. Eric Myers, the Quantum Time Force Ranger will be the next new character available and will release sometime during October. Lastly, Dai Shi, the main antagonist from Power Rangers Jungle Fury will be released during November wrapping up the season 2 characters. Each character can be purchased individually for $5.99 or together as part of the season 2 pass for $14.99. Tommy Oliver will also be receiving his White Ranger suit as a new skin during October for $1.99.
There is plenty of free content coming to Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid today as part of Season 2 as well. The Space Patrol Delta Base is a new arena that is available now and the Delta Squad Megazord is a new ultra that is also available now, and both are available for free as part of the Season 2 update.
Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid is available now for the PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and beginning today the PC. The PC version of the game includes the 12 character starting roster, story mode, voiceovers by the original cast, crossplay & cross-progression. All of these features were later added to the other versions after launch but are included in the PC release at launch. You can get the Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid now on PC for $19.99 or the get the collector’s edition that includes season 1 for $39.99. Both editions are available on Steam and more information about season 2 can be found on Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid’s official website.