MLB The Show 21 is a baseball simulation game developed by SIE San Diego Studio, and published by Sony on PlayStation and by MLB Advanced Media on Xbox.
It is the first game in the series to not be exclusive to PlayStation platforms.
Two million copies have sold on PlayStation consoles, with the remaining two million coming from Xbox and Game Pass.
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Meanwhile, the Xbox One X versions outperforms the PS4 Pro.
MLB The Show doesn't revolutionize baseball sims, but solid gameplay keeps it compelling.
The game will also be available on Game Pass.
A PlayStation rep confirms it was a call from outside the company.
Both Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S versions will be available via Game Pass at launch.
No sports game would be complete without them.
MLB developer SIE San Diego details a number of improvements in this year's game.
The new Stadium Creator is also briefly teased.
4K/60 FPS, a Stadium Creator, and more come to next gen.
The once PlayStation exclusive welcomes the other side.
More roster control and prospect development options revealed.
Closed technical test announced for February 23rd.
Players will be able to transfer their saves across Xbox and PlayStation.
Access to both the current and previous gen version will seemingly be included in the Collector's Edition.
It will launch with cross-platform play between PlayStation and Xbox platforms.
Ever thought you'd see the PlayStation logo on an Xbox box art.
This will be the franchise's first year as a multiplatform series.
Sony will begin releasing its annual baseball games on Xbox and Nintendo in addition to PlayStation.