How To: Play Power Rangers All Stars & Pilot a Megazord on Your iPhone Before Its Official Release

Play Power Rangers All Stars & Pilot a Megazord on Your iPhone Before Its Official Release

The Power Rangers universe is massive, spanning numerous shows and movies that feature different heroes — from the original dinosaur-themed Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, to Power Rangers Samurai, and so on. To tie it all in, Nexon has soft launched Power Rangers: All Stars in select countries ahead of a worldwide release. But you can try the game out right now thanks to a simple hack.

Nexon's Power Rangers: All Stars will have you collect heroes from across the Power Rangers universe and form teams of up to five of your favorite rangers to do battle against evil forces that are out to conquer the galaxy. As a multiplayer game, you have the ability to form allegiances with other players and conduct online raids to gather loot, or battle other players in the dimensional arena to gain glory.

Of course, the game wouldn't be complete if it didn't have the usual RPG elements, such as leveling up your rangers and their weaponry through battle. And to top it off, Power Rangers: All Stars lets you form and pilot various Megarzords to stomp on foes and aid in your quest to collect more epic rangers and loot.

As a soft-launched game, Power Rangers: All Stars isn't available for download for regions outside Australia, the Philippines, or New Zealand. Thankfully, there's a simple workaround to download the game, and I'll outline it below.

Download & Install Power Rangers: All Stars

Power Rangers: All Stars will run on any iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch that's on iOS 9 or higher. Since the game is only available in Australia, New Zealand, and the Philippines, however, you'll need to create an Apple ID that's based in one of those countries before you can install it. We recommend either New Zealand or the Philippines, since most soft launch games get released there first.

Making a new App Store login set in a different country is incredibly simple — just sign up for a new Apple ID using a valid email account and a realistic home address for the country your country you're spoofing. Once you do, sign into the new account on your iOS device. We have a more detailed guide about this subject, so check out our full tutorial at the link below to learn more.

After setting up your New Zealand- or Philippines-based App Store account, the rest of the process will be as easy as installing any game or app. So head to the iOS App Store and search for Power Rangers All Stars to install it or tap one of the following links from your iOS device.

Please note that Power Rangers: All Stars is still technically a work in progress and far from a final product. Because of that, don't be surprised if you experience some bugs as you play. That said, we tested the game on an iPad Pro and iPhone SE (both running iOS 11.2.2) and found that the game ran perfectly fine. How are you liking this latest Power Rangers title? Let us know in the comment section below.

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