This article is about a/an spinoff show/RPG in the Power Rangers franchise.
Power Rangers HyperForce is tabletop role-playing-game web-series produced by Saban Brands. It is streamed live by Hyper RPG on Twitch, and also available in audio format as a podcast. The events of the RPG take place within the main timeline, later crossing over with Shattered Grid.
Set in the year 3016 at Time Force Academy, a team of Time Force Ranger cadets must band together to defeat an ancient evil who is set on unraveling the very fabric of the universe. Under the leadership of their mentor, Jen Scotts, and with the show’s Game Master, Malika Lim, the newly minted Rangers will cross both time and space to complete their mission while running into many familiar eras (and faces) along the way.
Because of this, HyperForce can also be considered the first full-fledged American season with no Super Sentai counterpart.
After every episode, except Director Ransik and Fight for the Corona Aurora, various cast and production members hold a "Fireside Chat" where they interact with the viewers and talk about the show for ~30 minutes.
Episodes were not named when they aired but rather a week later when they were uploaded to YouTube.
This is the first Ranger team to be based on Greek Mythology.
The canonicity of HyperForce was in question within the community until the Fireside Chat for episode 18, where Melissa Flores officially confirmed that HyperForce takes place in its own universe, much like the comic books.
While the show was in production, Peter Sudarso independently pitched the idea of a Power Rangers RPG show to Saban Brands unaware that Hyper RPG was already in production of HyperForce. As a result, Peter got involved in HyperForce, becoming a main cast member and designing the Ranger suits.
Vesper Vasquez is the first female Black Ranger in either Power Rangers or Super Sentai.