'Power Rangers' RPG News: 'Chroma Squad' Releasing For PS4 & Xbox One In May, PS Vita Version Canceled!
The "Power Rangers" RPG "Chroma Squad" will be launched soon on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. However, the PS Vita version of the game has been canceled!
"Chroma Squad" is an RPG that has been inspired by "Power Rangers". It is slated to launch sometime in May 2017. The game will be published by Bandai Namco for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. However, the PS Vita version of "Chroma Squad" has been canceled. The PS Vita version was canceled after it was announced before. There is still no word about the status of the PlayStation 3 version of "Chroma Squad". What is the game all about? "Chroma Squad" is an RPG where players take control of a team that contains 5 stunt actors. These actors have left their day jobs to create their own show based on "Power Rangers".
The game players need to purchase and upgrade their game equipment and weapons. They also need to build different mechanics in order to engage in awesome battles against monsters in the game. These moves will help the show get higher TV ratings from viewers. "Chroma Squad" was developed by Behold, a Brazilian company and was launched for PC in 2015. It is said to cost around $15 but the international price range is not known currently.
Currently, work is also going on the official "Power Rangers" movie adaption starring Bryan Cranston and Naomi Scott. The film will be produced by Lionsgate- who have produced the likes of "John Wick" and "Hunger Games" before. The movie will be launched alongside a game titled "Power Rangers: Legacy Wars" for only smartphones.
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