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.
As previously confirmed, the baseball sim will support full cross-play, cross-progression, and cross-saves across all platforms.
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.
Two million copies have sold on PlayStation consoles, with the remaining two million coming from Xbox and Game Pass.
MLB The Show doesn't revolutionize baseball sims, but solid gameplay keeps it compelling.
Both Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S versions will be available via Game Pass at launch.
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.
Javier “El Mago” Báez is the cover athlete this time around.
RPG elements and playing as the legendary Babe Ruth are to be expected.
Can The Show 18 live up to its predecessor?
Each Edition comes with its own set of unique incentives while pre-orders allows players to experience the game four days ahead of the official release.