MLB The Show Will Be Going Multi-Platform as Early as 2021

Ruben Fields
December 10, 2019

But now there is a very important turn in his agreement: MLB The Show will no longer be exclusive to PlayStation.

The MLB tonight announced that they would be extending their contract with Sony to continue developing new games with the MLB license. Today, Major League Baseball (MLB) announced that future iterations would be available on other consoles by as early as 2021.

It was announced tonight that Sony's MLB The Show series, which has always been a PlayStation exclusive, will finally be going multi-platform "as early as 2021".

Additionally, Nintendo of America's Twitter account also reacted to the news, simply sub-tweeting the announcement with a baseball emoji. It is not clear if SIE San Diego would develop versions of games other than PlayStation. It's regarded as one of the best PlayStation Exclusive series out there and garners fantastic reviews every year.

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Xbox players have long be deprived of a great baseball games. It even looks like Nintendo will be getting in on the action so it's an excellent time to be a baseball fan.

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Next year's entry, MLB The Show 20, potentially the last exclusive PlayStation entry, is scheduled for March 17, 2020 on PS4 and will feature Chicago Cubs star Javier Báez as its cover athlete.

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