Power Rangers: Battle for Grid will get three new additions that can be played for the list. Passing the Season 3 battle game will add to the Jungle Fury Wolf Ranger (Robert “RJ” James), Red Samurai Ranger (Lauren Shiba), and “mystery characters” that old franchise fans must be able to decipher just by seeing a black shadow! The developer of nWay has not yet announced when the players can expect the Season 3 pass to go down, but has confirmed that the content will be released slowly, not all at once. Season 3 tickets will be available for $ 14.99, or each fighter can be purchased separately for $ 5.99.
In addition to new fighters that can be played, there will be other content added. A playable warrior, Dai Shi will receive a new Phantom Beast King skin. Bonus skins can only be obtained by buying Season 3 tickets. There is some free content also coming. The new Ultra will join the game in the form of Samurai Megazord. Conditions to call Ultra will also see changes. Previously, players could only do it after one character was eliminated. With this update, players will be able to call Ultra based on the Megazord Revenge Meter. Phantom Beast King skin, Samurai Megazord, and Ultra reshuffle will be released with Jungle Fury Wolf Ranger.
While nWay hasn’t officially announced a third fighter, the silhouette seems very likely to be Scorpina, a recurring villain in the first two seasons Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. This character has been a favorite among Power Rangers fans for some time, and it seems appropriate if he has to appear in the game, with Goldar!
Today we announce the upcoming Season 3 tickets @ComboBreakerRetrospective flow!
⚡ Jungle Fury Wolf Ranger
EdRed Samurai Ranger
⚡ and the characters that will be revealed soon!
More info can be found at https://t.co/AXuoYvhsoR
– Power Rangers: Battle For The Grid (@ Battle4TheGrid) May 25, 2020
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