Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid 1.6.2 Update Includes Training Mode And Dai Shi

Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid 1.6.2 Update Includes Training Mode And Dai Shi
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Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid has released its latest patch along with the last of the second season’s DLC.

The latest patch, 1.6.2, adds additional content for everyone, including fixing some bugs and other community-reported issues.

The last character in season two’s DLC is Dai Shi from Power Rangers Jungle Fury. Dai Shi is an evil enemy from the past who once again appears on Earth. Dai Shi believes that humans are evil, and animals should take over the world.

Dai Shi’s official character bio states: “The evil spirit of an ancient eight-headed dragon, Dai Shi was imprisoned long ago in an ornate box by the Pai Zhuq, or “Order of the Claw,” and kept under their protection. Jarrod, a disillusioned student of the Pai Zhuq, accidentally caused the seal to be broken. Dai Shi then possessed Jarrod and took control of his body to unleash vengeance upon the world.”

Dai Shi’s true form is an eight-headed dragon, but in the series, he uses Jarrod’s body for a more anthropomorphic form. This is the form that is playable in the game.

Also included in this update was the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers’ White Ranger skin.

Season 2 previously released Anubis “Doggie” Cruger and Eric Myers, the Quantum Ranger, from Power Rangers Time Force. Players can either buy the Season Pass to access all of the DLC content or purchase characters individually.

The update also includes a new “Training Mode” where players can practice their movies. This setting is where players can practice fighting against the computer instead of other players. The new mode includes record and playback functionality but is limited to 100 seconds.

Several bug fixes were made, including Megagoldar’s attacks, assist character moves, plus UI adjustments. Previously, some UI elements were appearing in front of characters instead of behind them, which made it hard for gamers to check their gauges.

Most of the updates were made to individual characters. Trey of Triforia and Lord Zedd had the most updates. One adjustment was made to the last added character, Quantum Ranger, where his Quantum Power move duration was reduced by four seconds.

The full list of patch notes is available on the official Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid website.

Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid is now available for PC, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and Google Stadia.