Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid is coming to PC next month

Developer nWay announced today that Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid will be coming to PC on September 24. The console version is already out on PS4, Switch, and Xbox One.

The cult hit fighting game based on the popular television series will allow PC players to enjoy all of the features and content currently available on the console version of the game on the first day of release, including full story mode, voiceovers from the original cast, multi-platform crossplay, and direct match where friends or any two players can match up directly.

The PC version of the game features a roster of twelve starting characters, including Jason Lee Scott, Tommy Oliver, Gia Moran, Ranger Slayer, Magna Defender, Kat Manx, Mastodon Sentry, Goldar, Lord Drakkon, Udonna, Dragon Armor Trini and Cenozoic Blue Ranger. Additional characters are available for purchase as DLC: Trey of Triforia, Jen Scotts, and Lord Zedd.

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The game also has three Ultras (Dino Megazord, Dragonzord and Mega Goldar) and seven arenas to battle in multiple different online game modes. The arenas include Zordon’s Training Room, Harwood County Warzone, Mystic Forest, Lord Drakkon’s Throne Room, Command Center, Corinth, Planet Earth: Cenozoic Era.

The PC version will retail for $19.99 on Steam. Players can also purchase the Season One Pass for $14.99, which includes three characters (Trey of Triforia, Jen Scotts, and Lord Zedd), in addition to a Jason Lee Scott, Red Dragon Shield skin.

“After the tremendous success of Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid on console, we are proud to offer the PC version to gamers and Power Rangers fans around the world,” said Taehoon Kim, CEO of nWay. “We know that the introduction of the game on PC will allow a new audience of gamers to experience the fierce battles and incredibly fun action of Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid.”

Watch a trailer for the game below: