Well, well, well… It looks like the MLB The Show franchise won’t be exclusive to the PlayStation console, as early as 2021, based off of a new video game partnership with MLB, MLBPA and Sony.
Major League Baseball (MLB), the Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA), Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) and San Diego Studio jointly announced today that they have entered into multi-year extensions to continue development and distribution of MLB The Show, the award-winning officially licensed video game.
In addition, the historic expansion of the long-standing partnerships will bring MLB The Show, for the first time ever, to additional console platforms beyond PlayStation platforms as early as 2021.
Maybe we see it on the PlayStation 5, Project Scarlett, Nintendo Switch, Stadia and maybe, MAYBE even on PC?!?!? Xbox Play Anywhere?!?!? Wouldn’t THAT be something…
Xbox just RT’d it on Twitter.
No more away games. https://t.co/47Bui1tuUj
— Xbox (@Xbox) December 10, 2019
Great to see the game is coming to more players. https://t.co/a54bZ2c2bU
— Phil Spencer (@XboxP3) December 10, 2019
And… Nintendo has joined in on the fun…
— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) December 10, 2019
Complete details will be announced at a later date. Until then, let’s celebrate!!