If they can get MLB: The Show on the next-generation Xbox that would be massive. The series is coming to other console platforms not yet confirmed. And as if that weren't enough, it seems that Sony is also promising that one of the longest-running PlayStation exclusives will finally be making its way to other consoles starting 2021.More news: Cavaliers willing to trade Kevin Love; could Celtics be suitors?
In a press release, Major League Baseball, Major League Baseball Players Association, Sony Interactive Entertainment and SIE developer San Diego Studio announced an unspecified extension of several years of their long-standing partnership.More news: US Man Who Inspired "Ice Bucket Challenge" Dies At 34
The MLB tonight announced that they would be extending their contract with Sony to continue developing new games with the MLB license. Past this March's release of MLB The Show 20 for PlayStation 4, the series will go to other platforms in 2021. Could Sony reach the extreme of launching MLB The Show on Xbox, thus creating a tangled love triangle of who publishes on which consoles?More news: Chiefs’ Bashaud Breeland makes play of the game to beat the Patriots
MLB The Show has been the only traditional simulation baseball series in existence for many years, leaving owners of non-PlayStation consoles without any option. It even looks like Nintendo will be getting in on the action so it's an excellent time to be a baseball fan. Baseball Series with R.B.I. With MLB The Show 20, which will feature Chicago Cubs star Javier Báez (El Mago) as its cover athlete, the studio will be commemorating the 15th Anniversary of MLB The Show's franchise next year through a variety of unique promotions and new gameplay features.