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OOTP 19 Features 3D Enhancements, Redesigned Interface and Much More, Pre-Order Now For Early Access

OOTP 19

OOTP 19 Features 3D Enhancements, Redesigned Interface and Much More, Pre-Order Now For Early Access

OOTP 19 is just around the corner, featuring dramatic 3D enhancements, ultra-realistic AI, a redesigned interface, new scouting systems and reports, 2018 Opening Day rosters, and much more.

OOTP 19 is scheduled to release on March 22. If you pre-order the game, you can get it for $35.99, 10% off the full retail price. You will also get early access to the final beta version on March 19, 3 days before launch.

Steam customers: Out of the Park Baseball 19 will launch on Steam on March 22 with a 10% discount. There is no pre-order available.

FEATURES

New 3D Players, Ballparks and Game Screen

OOTP’s 3D features have taken a big leap in OOTP 19. In addition to greatly improved 3D stadiums, the game features more advanced player modelsand improved on-field movements for an even better view of the action. Players now run, slide, jump, and throw, and they take more realistic routes to batted balls.

In addition, a reworked in-game screen enhances that “you are there” feeling for a better experience, whether you’re actively managing your team or watching the action play out.

2018 Opening Day Rosters

Can the Houston Astros repeat as World Series champs or can the Los Angeles Dodgers make another run at the title? You can answer all those questions and more in OOTP 19.

Our brand new 2018 roster sets include all Opening Day MLB rosters, as well as the complete minor league system down to rookie leagues, including independent leagues. All major league (and over a thousand minor league) player ratings are based on Dan Szymborski’s popular ZiPS player projection system. The remaining minor league players are carefully rated by hand by our established research team.

Will Jose Altuve have another historic season? How will the New York Yankees’ slugging lineup, led by reigning NL MVP Giancarlo Stanton, perform? Will Max Scherzer win his 3rd Cy Young Award in a row? Can Evan Longoria regain his old form and make the San Francisco Giants a Will the Nolan Arenado-led Colorado Rockies improve on their 2017 Wild Card berth? It’ an exciting 2018 MLB season ahead!

In addition, 8 international leagues (Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Australia, Italy, The Netherlands, Mexico and Cuba) and several international independent leagues return to OOTP 19 with accurate and projected 2018 rosters.

New Scouting System & Updated Scouting Reports

Scouting reports have been completely rewritten, giving you a more detailed look at your players, with a focus on the most important aspects that you care about. Your scouts deliver information in clear and targeted ways customized to your desire.

Ultra-Realistic AI & Ratings

The AI manages rosters and makes in-game decisions better than ever, based on the latest trends in the sport, including double switches, starter and closer usage in the playoffs, trades and much more. It can also now handle unique players, such as those with excellent hitting and pitching abilities. Shohei Otani, anyone?

In addition, the under-the-hood ratings module has been reworked to offer a more realistic and consistent view of players in the league.

New Tournament Modes

Tournaments have been enhanced with two exciting new features: the ability create a standalone tournament bracket, plus the option to draw any teams in history into a tournament. The possibilities are endless! You can also create a special league with games manually scheduled through the regular season – modeling European football with multiple competitions and trophies within a calendar year.

User Voting for End-of-Season Awards

You can now cast a full ballot for all the end-of-season awards, including MVP, the top pitcher and hitter, and other awards. Improved decision-making by the AI can lead to some close races for awards.

Redesigned Interface

We have completely redesigned the interface and switched to a dark color scheme for the default skin. But no worries, we also have a light and a classic skin available. And on top of that, we added the option to select between six different fonts, so you can easily adjust the game interface to match your personal taste.

Much More!

Every year we offer many smaller features, and OOTP 18 is no exception. It includes:

  • 800 custom team logos for fictional leagues
  • Improved Manager Home screen, with a more customizable layout and new widget options
  • A new stat – RA9-WAR (WAR based on runs allowed) – for pitchers
  • Delayed substitutions for injured players, so, for example, you won’t have to replace your injured pitcher right away if your team is going to bat
  • …and more to be announced prior to release!

Finally, we have an exciting new online feature called PERFECT TEAM that we’ll unveil this summer, with an open Beta happening this spring. Stay tuned to learn all about it.

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  1. In a 43-second trailer, the first 18 seconds and final 10 seconds are intro/extro graphics. That's about two-thirds of the length of the trailer. If they're going to advertise overhauled 3D stadiums (and if they want my money), they'll have to do a little bit better than that.
    Looking forward to the New 3D Players, Ballparks and Game Screen. 

    I will definitely take advantage of the 10% off offer. I've always enjoyed the OOTP sim games. 
    Just thinking how great this game would be if the action games could be play out using The Show, these things never happen but fun to think about.
    The 3D mode was already making good progress and with few tweaks it would have been all I ever need in a game like this, now reading it has gotten some major improvements gets me really excited!
    Anyways first time I ever preordered a game lol.
    Eyeman79
    Just thinking how great this game would be if the action games could be play out using The Show, these things never happen but fun to think about.

    I can remember a time when Microsoft Baseball 2001 for the PC teamed up with Baseball Mogul for its franchise mode.
    I liked that game....then I discovered High Heat...which Microsoft purchased but never used.
    I usually only buy OOTP once every 2-3 years... still playing OOTP16. I don't really care about visual enhancements so long as they don't slow anything down. My favorite feature of OOTP is that I can blow through a 9 inning game in a few minutes... I disable anything that slows that pace down. That said, it's a great product that I've been buying once every 2-3 years pretty much since they started... so I'm due this year.
    Kripzel
    I think it might be time to play my first OOTP game

    You're way past due, my good sir (or ma'am). This is the best baseball series I've ever played. I buy it every year.
    jasontoddwhitt
    I can remember a time when Microsoft Baseball 2001 for the PC teamed up with Baseball Mogul for its franchise mode.
    I liked that game....then I discovered High Heat...which Microsoft purchased but never used.

    Man, Microsoft Baseball 2001 was the first game I ever played with a "franchise" mode like it. I remember taking the Oakland A's through several years into the future.
    Then I discovered OOTP 3. Never looked back.
    Eyeman79
    Just thinking how great this game would be if the action games could be play out using The Show, these things never happen but fun to think about.

    Totally agree. I don't buy every version of OOTP, since it pretty much maxed out for me a few years ago. The next thing for me would be for it to feature some kind of arcade aspect.

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