Season 3 content headed to Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid with more characters, an additional Megazord, and gameplay adjustments

By on May 24, 2020 at 6:41 pm
Power Rangers Battle for the Grid S3 Teaser Character Roster

Battle for the Grid continues to grow thanks to its passionate developers and fanbase.

During the COMBO BREAKER Retrospective stream tonight, nWay announced the next wave of content heading to the cross-play 3v3 fighter, Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid, with a Season 3 pass and free updates!

Following the same pattern as the last two passes, three new characters morph onto the battlefield, this time featuring Robert “RJ” James, the Jungle Fury Purple Ranger, Lauren Shiba, the Super Samurai Red Ranger, and a “To-Be-Revealed Fan-Favorite” who’s silhouette seems to point towards a particular villainous villainess from the earlier days of the franchise.

The season pass also includes a new exclusive Phantom Beast King skin for Dai Shi, who himself is available separately or with the Season 2 pass. Speaking of, each character in the Season 3 pass can also be purchased separately for $5.99 or in the pass bundle for $14.99.

A free update is also on its way to PRBFTG and it will feature a complete revamp to the Megazord Ultra system. Players will now be able to call upon their Megazord after filling their new Megazord Revenge Meter instead of needing to lose a team member. A new Megazord is also being added, granting players the ability to call upon the Samurai Megazord. Further details on gameplay changes have yet to be announced.

The first set of content will release near the end of next month and will bring RJ and the Dai Shi skin as paid content alongside the free update including the Samurai Megazord and the Megazord revamp.

Follow Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid on social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) for more info on additional Season 3 content release dates!

Check out the announcement trailer below!

Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid is available on Playstation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC. It is also included on Xbox Game Pass for both console and PC!

Source: Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid Editor-in-Chief. Austyn James Roney began his gaming journey with Super Smash Bros. on the N64 but learned the ways of the fighting game genre with Marvel vs. Capcom 3. Loves all fighters, regardless of dimension or playstyle.