Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid is Coming to PC Next Month
Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid will finally be available on PC about six months after its release on consoles.
A PC version of Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid has been teased since the game’s announcement back in January. That being said, it only had a Summer 2019 release window and had not been discussed much by nWay since then. This finally changed today as the developers confirmed that Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid will be available for PC through Steam on September 24, 2019.
This release date may mean that the PC port is barely missing the Summer 2019 release window, but at least it is coming out after all features promised before launch were added to Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid in the months after its initial release. The base game will only cost $19.99 on Steam, though a $39.99 Collector’s Edition that includes the Season One Pass and exclusive skins for Lord Drakkon and Kimberly Hart. The Season One Pass can also be purchased on its own for $14.99 and those who pre-order the whole game will get a Green Ranger V2 skin for Tommy Oliver.
Even if you already own Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid on other platforms, cross-play and cross progression may draw you into this port. Thanks to nWayPlay, people on PC, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox One can fight each other and even carry over their progression and unlocks between each version of Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid. Unfortunately, the PS4 port is not part of this initiative, but this does make the PC port more enticing for those who own the game on Nintendo Switch or Xbox One like myself.
Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid definitely launched in a disappointing state, but it has turned around for the better in the months since then; in fact, this PC port is truly indicative of that. You can check out the trailer for the PC port below. Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid for PC finally releases on September 24. It is also coming to Google Stadia in the future.