Last time I played a Power Rangers game, I had a gray controller with four different colored buttons on it. However, one of the questions that has been on my mind since then is why the Power Rangers culture has not had a very good game. Here we look at one of those reasons today.
The manufacturer of a Power Rangers game, which was canceled in 2016, shared many details about the game on its official Twitter account. Described as “Arkham Rangers” by the producer, this game would be open world and focused on co-op gameplay. Unfortunately, the game was unplugged before the project progressed.
Developer Jason Bischoff states that the codename of the game is Project Nomad. The developer, who also shared some pretty cool visuals about the game, transferred to Saban, the owner of Power Rangers, after working at Blizzard for about 8 years. Bischoff has been managing the Power Rangers brand since 2018.