'Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid' now available on consoles

Goldar battles Magna Defender. Goldar battles Magna Defender. NWAY

nWay, a game developer and publisher responsible for games such as Power Rangers: Legacy Wars, has announced the release of Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid. This 3v3 fighting game brings characters and Rangers from all over the series' history, though there is a strong focus on the original Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers series. The game currently offers nine characters, five arenas, three ultras, and both local and online fighting modes for casual or competitive play.

"We wanted to make this the best Power Rangers game yet so we focused on each character's detail and history and worked closely with Hasbro and Lionsgate to respect the Power Rangers IP," said Taehoon Kim, co-founder and CEO of nWay. "At the same time, we wanted to make this a true fighting game that everyone from novices to pros could enjoy, so we consulted with senior members of the fighting game community like Justin Wong and employed MvC legend Daniel 'Clockw0rk' Maniago to lead combat design. The end result is that Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid is a full-fledged MvC [Marvel vs. Capcom] style 3v3 tag fighting game."

Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid is available on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One as a digital download, with a MSRP of $19.99.

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