A brand new Power Rangers preventing recreation, titled Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid, has been introduced. Despite that includes characters from the cellular recreation, Power Rangers: Legacy Wars, Battle for the Grid is a brand-new title that is been designed with consoles in thoughts.
According to a tweet from the official Battle for the Grid Twitter account, the sport will “feature a completely brand new battle mechanic” compared to Legacy Wars, in addition to “different movesets” for every fighter. Hasbro inventive director Jason Bischoff tweeted that Battle for the Grid would come with each a narrative mode and on-line PvP, DLC content material, and each cross-play and cross-progression throughout programs. He added that, not like Legacy Wars, Battle for the Grid wouldn’t be free-to-play.
An announcement trailer for Battle for the Grid teases what fight within the new recreation seems to be like. On Battle for the Grid’s official web site, fight is described as being “easy to learn but hard to master” with the problem coming from figuring out “when to strike, not how.”
Battle for the Grid options heroes and villains from all through the Power Ranger franchise’s years of TV reveals, films, and comics. The announcement trailer sees Mighty Morphin’ Green Ranger v2, who’s nonetheless the best version of Tommy Oliver, taking over each Mighty Morphin’ Red Ranger and Super Megaforce Yellow Ranger. Battle for the Grid’s web site additionally confirms Lord Drakkon–an alternate universe model of Mighty Morphin’ Tommy Oliver who went on to grow to be an evil Green/White Ranger hybrid that needs to destroy each Ranger throughout the multiverse–will be within the recreation as properly. According to the sport’s web site, there are 11 extra characters scheduled for the sport, however their identities haven’t been revealed.
Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid is scheduled to launch for Xbox One, PS4, Switch, and PC in April 2019. If you pre-order the sport, you may obtain the Mighty Morphin’ Green Ranger v2 character pores and skin.