Sony's MLB The Show Franchise Headed To Non-PlayStation Platforms

The Show has, for many years, been about the only worthwhile baseball game on the market. Sony also did not suggest doing the same for any other current exclusive PlayStation series.

Sony Interactive Entertainment jointly made the announcement today with MLB to continue the development and distribution of MLB The Show.

MLB The Show is developed in house at Sony by San Diego Studio, so it's interesting to see them open to bringing games to other platforms.

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By 2021, we could possibly be seeing MLB The Show appear on next-generation consoles, though there is no mention of which specific consoles the game series could end up appearing on by that time.

SIE's San Diego Studio has been developing officially licensed Major League Baseball video games exclusively on PlayStation platforms for more than 20 years, starting with Major League Baseball & # 39; 98 in the original PlayStation. Or maybe it will just be a one-off with MLB: The Show. In all likelihood, they want to see more Baseball games on other platforms. Would you play MLB: The Show on either Xbox One or Switch?

Nintendo of America chimed in as well, with a simple baseball emoji, pictured below.

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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. Though there are still alternatives out there - R.B.I.

The game, announced in late October, will feature Chicago Cubs shortstop Javier Baez (El Mago) as the cover star and is set to release on March 17 2020.

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