Today will bring Power Rangers game fans closer together. Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid crossplay is here for everyone. This means people on the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC can all begin playing together online after downloading the free version 2.0 update.
While Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid crossplay for every platform is a big deal, it isn’t the only multiplayer addition arriving with the 2.0 update. The game now has lobbies. Up to eight people will be able to all join together for matches. While in there, watching other people’s fights in the new Spectator Mode is possible. Or, if everyone wants to fight, up to four two-player matches can all be held at once in one lobby.
nWay has been continually supporting the fighter since launch. Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid crossplay is only one element. There have also been two season passes filled with extra characters like Dai Shi, Eric Myers, Lord Zedd, and Trey of Triforia. It also ended up getting a Story Mode that went over the Power Rangers Shattered Grid comic storyline. There’s even cross-progression, in case people have the game on multiple consoles.
Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid is available for the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.