Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid now supports cross-play on all platforms

By Sherif Saed, Thursday, 6 February 2020 13:04 GMT

Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid is the second fighting game to support cross-play across everything.

Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid‘s update 2.0 has been released, and with it, cross-play support has arrived on PS4. Sony’s console had been the only platform missing from Battle for the Grid’s cross-play support.

The game launched with the feature on Xbox One and Nintendo Switch, with support for PC arriving alongside that version’s launch later that year. Cross-play also includes cross-progression, so you maintain the same identify across all platforms.

Update 2.0 also brings the long-awaited online lobbies, and adds a spectator mode.

Brawlhalla, and Battle for the Grid are now the only fighting games – available on all four platforms – with support for cross-play. This is great news for everyone, and should hopefully encourage bigger, more popular games to implement it.

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