Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid is getting even more characters. The second season of the game has been revealed right as the PC version launches. Three new characters, a new character skin, a new arena, and a new Ultra are rolling out. People playing the Xbox One or PC version can get into it now. In the Americas, it will come to the PlayStation 4 on September 25, 2019 and the Nintendo Switch on September 27, 2019. European Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 owners will get it in October’s first week, though an official launch date hasn’t been announced.
The three new Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid characters are two heroes and one villain. Dai Shi, from Power Rangers: Jungle Fury, is the new antagonist joining the fray. Power Rangers: Time Force’s Eric “Quantum Ranger” Myers and Power Rangers S.P.D.’s Anubis “Shadow Ranger” Cruger will be a part of the roster too. Power Rangers S.P.D.’s Space Patrol Delta base and Delta Squad Megazord are the new arena and Ultra. Finally, Tommy Oliver is getting a Mighty Morphin Power Rangers White Ranger skin. While you have to pay for the new characters, the arena and ultra are free for everyone.
Here’s the Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid season two pass trailer.
Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid is available for the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.