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System: Switch
Release date: October 13, 2020 (Collector’s Edition) / March 26, 2019 (original)
Developer: nWay
Publisher: nWay

There have been plenty of Power Ranger games since the SNES days, but the IP itself has never really seen a true title made with enthusiasm and passion from its development quite like Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid. While its traditional 2D fighter approach doesn’t stray away much from previous games, it’s the one that sticks out the most thanks to its continuous fun and being the first entry to support cross-play. Battle for the Grid reminds us why Power Rangers has been so globally recognized and beloved for decades as it is clearly made with love and appreciation for the series. Some may argue that the DLC and live-service approach can be a bit aggressive, but the game has come a long way now that the Collector’s Edition is on the horizon, making it the best possible time to jump in.

nWay has revealed the final DLC characters for Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid Season 3. Scorpina, one of the most infamous villains from Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers, will be added to the game.

Here’s a teaser trailer:

nWay has announced that a new 2.4.0 update is releasing today for Power Rangers: Battle For The Grid. Aside from bug fixes, it’ll come with many character adjustments.

The full patch notes are as follows:

nWay has announced that Lauren Shiba, otherwise known as the Red Samurai Ranger from Power Rangers: Super Samurai, is joining Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid this month. The character will be available as the second DLC character in Season 3 on September 15.

Other content for Season 3, which are out now, include Jungle Fury Wolf Ranger Robert “RJ” James, Phantom Beast King character skin for Dai Shi (exclusive to Season 3 Pass), and Samurai Megazord. The third and final character for Season 3 will be announced “soon”.

nWay has announced that a collector’s edition for Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid will be distributed at retail in October. It’ll include the never-been-released new character, Lauren Shiba. Those that pre-order the game can receive two copies of the Green Ranger V2 skin (players will get one for themselves and one for a friend).

The Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid Collector’s Edition releases on October 8 for $29.99 / €29.99. View a trailer for the game below.

Source: nWay PR

Alongside the addition of Robert “RJ” James in Power Rangers: Battle For The Grid, the game has received a new update. Version 2.3 includes a rework for the Megazords, along with a whole bunch of adjustments.

Below are the full patch notes:

Back in May, Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid Season 3 was announced. Robert “RJ” James was expected at the end of June, but the DLC character was delayed slightly. Players can now access the roster addition starting today.

Here’s a full bunch of information about the character:

Power Rangers: Battle For The Grid is currently available on Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Steam. Stadia will soon be joining the mix as well. That means that in the very near future, this will be the first fighting game to support cross-play across five platforms.

Switch owners can play with Stadia users beginning in June. The feature is already live with all other platforms.

Power Rangers: Battle For The Grid first came to Switch in March 2019. Season 3 was recently announced, which will add new fighters to the game.


nWay today announced that it will release Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid Season 3, a new wave of content featuring Robert “RJ” James, Lauren Shiba, and a to-be-revealed third character plus a Phantom Beast King skin for Dai Shi. All players will also gain access to the Ultra “Samurai Megazord” and revamped Megazord Ultra activation conditions for free.

Here’s a full rundown of the content plus a teaser:

Power Rangers: Battle For The Grid has been updated to version 2.1.0 on Switch. It includes bug fixes as well as several balance adjustments for fighters.

Below are the full patch notes: