Sony Announces MLB The Show 22 on PlayStation, Xbox and Switch for April 5th

The MLB The Show franchise has probably not finished beating its own record each year. If MLB The Show 21 won the best-selling baseball game title in history by landing on PlayStation and Xbox, what about his successor coming out more on Switch?

MLB The Show 22 Gameplay on Nintendo Switch (Breakdown and Thoughts)

It is the sports event of the week in the United States: the switch is adding to the platforms on which will be released MLB The Show 22, reference baseball simulation always developed by the San Diego Studio of… PlayStation. If something escapes you, remember that this multiplatform deployment was a condition of the major league of baseball at the time of prolonging its partnership with Sony. The consequence is twofold: MLB The Show is no longer exclusive to PlayStation consoles, but the commercial power of the game has become even more impressive. Sacred in a few months Most sold baseball game in history, MLB The Show 21 ended up 9th selling year in the United States.

Announced for April 5, 2022 on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series, Xbox One and therefore Switch, MLB The Show 22 offered the services of Shohei Ohtani as ambassador. Coming straight from Japan, the featured player of the Angels of Los Angeles made a full season clamming 46 Home Runs, among other notable distinctions. It also becomes the first Asian player to appear on the cover of a major sport game in the United States. For info, even though all stars line up with this switch Switch, no Japanese location of MLB The Show 22 has been announced.

MLB The Show 22 will support the cross-play and cross-save on all platforms, as long as the user takes care of creating a free account on THESHOW.COM to be able to resume its progress in Road modes To the Show and Franchise but also to use content obtained on other platforms. Sold 60 euros on PS4, Xbox One, Switch and 70 euros on PS5 and Xbox Series, the game will also be available on the day of its release in the Xbox Game Pass subscription, as its predecessor.


MLB The Show 22 – Announcement of the game with Shohei Ohtani