Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid Update 2.0 released, adds crossplay between PC, Xbox One & PS4

Hasbro and nWay have announced the availability of Update 2.0 for Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid. According to the press release, this update gives players, for the first time, access to online lobbies and spectator mode. It also adds crossplay support between PC, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and Playstation 4.

The new addition allows up to eight players to join together in an online lobby to battle against each other. Up to four different matches can run simultaneously, and all participants can spectate online while they are on deck.

Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid has released regular software updates since launch to continuously improve the active player’s experience with new content and features. Since launching in March, the game has released a series of major updates. Thus, it now has double the number of playable characters. It also has new features, including Story Mode, voiceover by the original cast, crossplay and cross-progression, and direct match.

Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid pits current and classic Power Rangers and villains in 3v3 tag team battles.

Taehoon Kim, co-founder and CEO of nWay, said:

“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.”

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