Megazords Join the Power Rangers: Legacy Wars Arena

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Power Rangers: Legacy Wars, the mega-hit synchronous mobile fighting game, is initiating one of its most highly-anticipated game updates to-date with fan-favorite Megazords entering the arena for the first time. Starting today with the massive content update, players can play as these massive Megazords, pitting them against villains and other Megazords in Power Rangers: Legacy Wars which has been downloaded more than 23 million times since its launch and has more than 230 million matches played.

 

“Since Legacy Wars’ inception, nWay, Saban Brands and Lionsgate always envisioned making a game that would capture the team aspect of Power Rangers and showcase that #TogetherWeAreMore,” said Taehoon Kim, CEO, nWay. “The Megazord is the ultimate symbol of that sentiment and bringing Megazords to our game is a true realization of that vision.”

 

The Megazord update to Power Rangers: Legacy Wars also introduces an alliance-focused game mode featuring epic, real-time battles between the Megazords and mega-sized villains from the franchise’s 24-year history. Players will work with their alliance to complete sets of challenges entitled “Alliance Missions,” which can be completed faster by coordinating with active members. By finishing missions, players will be rewarded with Zords and collecting enough of these will unlock a battle-ready mighty Megazord to use against other alliances. Each Megazord can be fully customized before a battle by equipping two “Mega” attacks – special moves to be activated after filling a meter.

 

Beginning with this update, Power Rangers: Legacy Wars will also feature periodic “Megazord Alliance Wars” in which players compete against other alliances to climb a leaderboard that doles out rewards based on position – the higher a player ranks, the greater rewards received.

 

In collaboration with Saban Brands and Lionsgate, the development team at nWay have mixed their deep passion for Power Rangers to bring the fan-favorite Megazords to Power Rangers: Legacy Wars.

 

 

About nWay
nWay is the game studio behind Power Rangers: Legacy Wars and ChronoBlade, a competitive and cooperative multiplayer Action RPG for mobile, TV, and browser platforms. Featuring console quality graphics and fast-paced synchronous cross-platform multiplayer gameplay, nWay’s games leverage the company’s proprietary technology for a latency-free experience. The company is based in San Francisco with offices in Seoul, Korea. The nWay team is comprised of leading developers and executives from companies like Sony, Electronic Arts, LucasArts, Kabam, Nexon and NCSoft.  They have collectively contributed to over a dozen hit mobile, console and online games including: FIFA, Battlefield Online, Lineage II, Warhammer, Star Wars: The Force Unleashed, Heroes of Newerth, Dominations, Star Wars Uprising and Marvel Contest of Champions. nWay has received venture funding from Baseline Ventures, TransLink Capital, WI Harper Group, Cowboy Ventures, Harrison Metal and Keytone Ventures. For more information, visit nWay at www.nway.com.

About Saban’s Power Rangers
Saban’s Power Rangers franchise is the brainchild of Haim Saban, creator and producer of the original “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers” hit series that launched in 1993. Following its introduction, “Power Rangers” quickly became the most-watched children’s television program in the United States and remains one of the top-rated and longest running kids live-action series in television history. The series follows the adventures of a group of ordinary teens who morph into superheroes and save the world from evil. It is seen in more than 150 markets, translated into numerous languages and a favorite on many key international children’s programming blocks around the world. For more information, visit www.powerrangers.com.

Power Rangers is a truly beloved series that fans have been desiring great games for. Legacy Wars gives mobile gamers exactly what they want. Will you be checking this out?

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