The biggest measuring stick for a game when it jumps from one generation to the next is the visual appeal. You. Sony’s MLB The Show game series, long a beloved PlayStation exclusive among sports fans, is going multi-platform. I could definitely go for a Switch version.
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MLB: The Show is a popular baseball franchise from Sony. newsletter, Xbox boss Phil Spencer retweeted the news. That’s because I can’t think of a better cover athlete for the first next-gen version.
But the main Xbox Twitter account also joined in.
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Because of this expansion, Xbox could finally have a top-flight, simulation-style baseball game on its top platform. Again, we’re hoping to see this feature come to fruition on next-gen. One of The Show’s best innovations is carry-over saves and rosters. Will that continue, and if it does, what’s on the horizon to take it to the next level? I have no clue, but custom ballparks (with restrictions) would be a nice start. Diamond Dynasty is the least-microtransaction-focused sports collector feature for any system.
It's been a PlayStation Exclusive for many years.
And speaking of that... Good baseball titles on non-Sony gaming systems have been hard to come by, with RBI Baseball trying to fill the gap on Xbox and elsewhere in recent years. From a gameplay standpoint, limited to non-existent load times, more physics-based movement, ball-to-bat actions, better collision detection and more should all be a part of what we see in the spring. (Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images).
pic.twitter.com/PEGIRSNUSK. I said it wasn’t perfect, and that’s mostly because of some of the features it’s missing. By agreeing to take it elsewhere, Sony has secured a “multi-year” extension of its MLB license. I cover sports video games like NBA 2K, Madden, MLB The Show, FIFA, NHL, EA UFC, Fight Night, Super Mega Baseball, DIRT, F1, NASCAR, Forza, and everything in between.
SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA - SEPTEMBER 22: Fernando Tatis Jr. #23 of the San Diego Padres looks on after ... [+] striking out during the fifth nning of a game against the Los Angeles Angels at PETCO Park on September 22, 2020 in San Diego, California. Today @MLB, @MLB_Players, @SonySanDiego and @PlayStation announced multi-year, multi-platform video game partnership extensions @MLBTheShow. Sony Interactive Entertainment made the announcement tonight alongside Major League Baseball and the MLB Player’s Association.
You may opt-out by. Tops on my list is the create-a-ballpark feature. The Show looks good now, but what will it look like on next-gen? Transport that concept and assumed quality to next-gen, and we might have something special in the spring.
Still, there are a few things to ponder and consider as we move into the next-generation of sports video games. You may have noticed San Diego Padres star Fernando Tatis Jr. is featured in the image to lead the article.