Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid version 1.4 update, DLC character Lord Zedd now available

Lord Zedd available for $5.99

Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid

nWay has released the version 1.4 update for Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid, which adds downloadable content character Lord Zedd, the third act (and finale) of the game’s Story Mode, and various gameplay improvements. 

Here are the details, via nWay:

  • Lord Zedd (Season One – Character 3) – The self-proclaimed “Emperor of Evil,” Lord Zedd has conquered and enslaved much of the galaxy. Initially leaving the “insignificant” Earth for Rita Repulsa to conquer, he returns to punish her for her failure and finish what she started
    • Lord Zedd wields his Z-Staff to blast his enemies from range but can also pull them in to close to unleash devastating attacks. His combo potential is high and even more impressive when he calls upon the Putties to help aid in him in battle
    • Lord Zedd is available for purchase as part of Season One Pass for $14.99, which also includes Trey of Triforia and Jenn Scotts characters, and Jason Lee Scott with Dragon Shield character skin. Lord Zedd can also be purchased individually for $5.99.
  • Story Act III: The Finale – Lord Drakkon and his army continue to travel through dimensions, conquering the Rangers and threatening all existence. With the fate of reality at stake, Zordon and Commander Cruger ask Rita Repulsa to join forces in order to stop Lord Drakkon and his powerful army. Tune into Act III and find out if Rita has been convinced to join the Rangers to defeat her old apprentice. Story Act III is included in the free version 1.4 update.
  • Gameplay Enhancements: The new update includes:
    • Combat improvements to make the battles even more fun and engaging.
    • Ability for players to preset their favorite teams.
    • Improved PlayStation 4 online play.
    • Online matchmaking improvements.

Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid is available now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Switch, and is due out for PC at a later date.

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