Any kid who grew up in the 1990s certainly remembers Power Rangers, the delightful Putty Patrol-punching, monster-morphing series from the folks at Hasbro. Power Rangers has remained a fan-favorite franchise, and the latest video game, Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid, released for consoles back in March. Now the game is finally ready for its ultimate form, landing on PCs starting next month.
As revealed in a press release from nWay and Hasbro, Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid will release for PC via Steam on September 24, 2019. As players and series followers would hope, the PC version will include all of the content and features previously made available to players on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.
The fun doesn't stop there, though. Not only is the game finally making its way over to PC, fans will also be able to pick up a few different editions. Namely, nWay is offering up the standard edition, which will retail for $20 and include all of the base game's features, as well as a special $40 digital Collector's Edition which comes with the following goodies:
- Digital game download
- Season One Pass
- Lord Drakkon Evo 2 Skin
- Kimberly Hart Pink Ranger Skin
Beyond these bonuses, players who opt to preorder the game from BattleForTheGrid.com will receive a bonus Tommy Oliver Green Ranger V2 skin. Otherwise, standard edition buyers can shell out $15 for the Season One Pass and unlock three characters — Jen Scotts, Trey of Triforia, and Lord Zedd — as well as the Jason Lee Scott Red Dragon Shield skin.
Don't miss out on the 3v3 tag team fighting action when Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid releases on PC via Steam on September 24. To stay fresh on the latest new releases and upcoming launch days, be sure to bookmark Shacknews' 2019 video game release date schedule.