The upcoming release of MLB The Show 23 on March 28th will bring excitement to baseball fans on various gaming platforms. The game will be available on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.
It will also be part of the Xbox Game Pass subscription service, automatically enriching the Xbox Game Pass catalog for players to access. This means that those with an Xbox Game Pass subscription will be able to enjoy the game without any additional cost.
For PlayStation fans, the game will still require purchasing at a cost of up to $70. Unfortunately, Sony has not yet decided to offer the game through PlayStation Plus for its subscribers.
This is the third consecutive time that the game developed by San Diego Studio, which is owned by SIE, will only be available through one service.
The MLB authorities were the ones who forced Sony to expand the game’s availability to other platforms, as they wanted to reach a larger audience. This move allowed developers to create fresh versions of the game for Xbox and Nintendo Switch.
For those who may not be big baseball fans but are curious about the new sports game, Microsoft’s service through Xbox Game Pass may be a more attractive option than paying over $300 for the game. This is an opportunity for players to try the game without a significant financial commitment.
With cross-save, cross-progression, and cross-play options, players will be able to seamlessly move from platform to platform, having access to all their cards and progress. By creating an account on Theshow.com, players will be able to access their game data from anywhere.