Expect gorgeous open worlds, photorealistic vehicles, dazzling effects and much more among the best-looking games of the year so far.
Finely-tuned tweaks and meaningful additions make this year’s The Show one of the best outings of the entire series.
This year's iteration sees Shohei Ohtani as the cover athlete along with multiple players for Road to the Show, Mini Seasons and much more.
Other notable games are also included in the lineup, such as Dragon Age 2, Cricket 22, Star Wars Squadrons, and more.
An image of this month's Game Pass titles has been spotted on a public Microsoft server and seemingly corroborates the leak.
Even with a lower number of triple-A titles, April still has plenty of big names. Here are 15 titles that are worth checking out.
As previously confirmed, the baseball sim will support full cross-play, cross-progression, and cross-saves across all platforms.
Similar to last year's game, MLB The Show 22 will target a dynamic 4K resolution and 60 frames per second on new-gen machines.
This year's MLB The Show entry will also launch for Switch in addition to PlayStation and Xbox, and will once again launch on Xbox Game Pass on day 1.
The cover athlete for this year's entry in Sony's baseball sim entry will be revealed soon, which means a full-fledged reveal of the game shouldn't be too far away either.