MLB The Show 22 has been announced and it features Shohei Ohtani on the cover. On top of that, the game is set to release in April, sooner than we expected.
But, in addition to that, MLB is once again launching the game into Xbox Game Pass allowing Xbox players to get access to the game for a fraction of the price PlayStation players will have to pay. This is the second game in the series to hit Xbox and the second game in the series to launch on Game Pass.
The first game shot to success last year after launching in April 2021 and has remained on Game Pass since allowing players to get involved with the many multiplayer and single-player modes on offer. And, with MLB The Show 22 hitting Game Pass, this year’s game is likely to do the same. Read on for a full overview of what to expect from the game this year on the service.
MLB The Show 22 Game Pass
MLB The Show 22 will hit Game Pass on April 5, 2022. This is when the MLB The Show 22 release date is set for, so Xbox players will be able to play the game from day one on the service.
The full standard edition of the game will be available on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox One players can play the current generation version of the game through Xbox Cloud Gaming.
You will also benefit from full MLB The Show 22 crossplay and cross-progression which is being incorporated across both Xbox platforms, PS4, PS5, and Nintendo Switch.
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