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MLB The Show 21 Coming to PS5, PS4, Xbox One, & Xbox Series X/S on April 20th

MLB The Show 21 didn’t just get a release date today, but Sony also disclosed details of the content of the standard version.

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Sony has announced that the baseball simulation MLB The Show 21 will be launched on April 20, 2021. The title will be available for PS5 and PS4 and, for the first time, for Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.

Buyers can play with each other online across all consoles. In addition, cross-platform advances are among the features, which are important when switching consoles.

Sony also announced that the cover of MLB The Show 2021 featuring Dominican star player Fernando Tatis Jr. He is nicknamed “El Nino”. The Standard Edition of the new game can now be pre-ordered from the PlayStation Store and the Microsoft Store. Those who will pre-order will receive a “Gold Choice Pack.”

The Standard Edition for PS4 and Xbox One contains 5,000 stubs in addition to the game. The counterpart for PS5 and Xbox Series X/S also comes with “ [10] The Show Packs”.

MLB The Show 21 Standard Edition

  • The game
  • DLC items:
    • 5,000 stubs

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MLB The Show 21 Next-Gen Standard Edition

  • The game
  • DLC items:
    • 5,000 stubs
    • [10] The Show Packs

And if you want to buy the game for the new consoles, you should keep your eyes open on Wednesday. The Collector’s Edition of the game will be announced on Wednesday, February 3rd, 2021.

Sony also announced that information on MLB The Show 21 will be announced in the new “Feature Premiere” format. It will be broadcast simultaneously on Twitch, YouTube and Facebook Live. The first of six planned shows can be seen in March.

“The Feature Premieres will be a great opportunity for us to show our fans what we have been working on that makes this year’s game better than its predecessor. For MLB The Show 21, we plan on posting around six Feature Premieres with the first one being released in March” Sony said on its official PlayStation Blog.

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