MLB will also continue production of its own videogame franchise, RBI Baseball, a revival of the popular 1990's game of the same name and also licensed by the MLBPA, as a lite gaming option. The two agreed to a multi-year extension to allow San Diego Studio the opportunity to continue producing Major League Baseball the Show games.
For instance, when it comes to purely making games - Rockstar have been doing quite well on all the platforms, cleverly prioritising certain ones according to needs and internal plans. Many gamers have been wanting to play MLB The Show on other consoles for years. The titles are developed by Sony and published by Sony, and given that the company loves its exclusives, it wasn't exactly surprising you could only play MLB: The Show on Sony platforms.
The signs of change have been sighted in Sony's and the MLB's joint statement renewing their shared license of the franchise.More news: Delete Fortnite NOW if you downloaded from Google
MLB The Show 20 launches on March 17, 2020.
Microsoft has been open to allowing its games on other platforms and it looks like Sony is starting to come around to the idea with this recent news. In the press release, it states that more detailed information will be released at a later date.
It remains to be seen if they are hinting at Switch and Xbox One releases, or if the game series will end up releasing on whatever their next consoles will be.More news: Liverpool score twice in two minutes to beat Salzburg in Champions League
The Show has been, hands down, the premier baseball video game for quite some time.
Great to see the game is coming to more players.. There's no official PC account, for obvious reasons, but there's a good chance we can expect the games to show up there as well.More news: Pigeons wearing hats are roaming Las Vegas, and nobody knows why