The popular and best-selling game series MLB The Show is getting down to business on Xbox for the first time. The current year’s version, MLB the Show 21, will be accessible on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S on April 20th. Even better, the game will have cross-play and cross-progression support, so Xbox and PlayStation players can go head to head against one another on the field.

It arose in late 2019 that the franchise would grow to non-PlayStation supports as right on time as this year. San Diego Studio will flaunt MLB the Show 21’s new highlights in a series of Feature Premiere videos, the first will be delivered in March.

MLB The Show coming to Xbox on April 20
Credit: Playstation

On the disadvantage, the standard release of MLB The Show 21 will be more costly on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S than PS4 and Xbox One. There’s no free overhaul way for the standard version, which costs $60 on PS4 and Xbox One, and $70 on PS5 and Xbox Series X/S.

The collector’s edition will permit you to play across both consoles, which might be valuable if you have a PS5 in your living room and a PS4 in your bedroom. Insights concerning the collector’s edition will be uncovered soon.

This will be the first occasion when that PlayStation studio has distributed one of its games on a contender’s consoles. The organization carried Horizon Zero Dawn to PC a year ago and has said it may do likewise with other first-party PlayStation games.


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