Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) announced earlier that “MLB The Show 21” (Major League Baseball 21) developed by its San Diego Studio studio will be available on PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/ on 4/20. S, this is the first time the series has been released on a Microsoft game console. “MLB The Show 21” will also support cross-platform progress synchronization and cross-platform online multiplayer, which means that PlayStation players can finally compete with Xbox players.
Just like the cross-generational games “Telling Time: Black Ops Cold War” and “NBA 2K21”, the different versions of “MLB The Show 21” are priced at different prices. PS4 and Xbox One standard versions are $60, PS5 and Xbox Series X/ S is $70, in addition, San Diego Padres shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr. will be a new generation of cover stars. The collector’s edition will allow players to play between two generations of consoles. If you have a PS5 in your living room and a PS4 in your bedroom, this version will be useful.
Last year, SIE brought “Horizon: Looking Forward to Dawn” from Guerrilla Games to the PC platform, and promised that there will be first-party PlayStation games on the new platform in the future. As a promise, “MLB The Show 21” is the first of “PlayStation Studios”. This game is released on rival consoles. This game is undoubtedly a great boon for Xbox players who love baseball games. In the past, the platform was only available on RBI Baseball, but it has never really become a strong competition for the MLB The Show series. By. (Liao Jiabao / Comprehensive Report)