MLB The Show 21 Starts Off with a BANG: Here are the New Features

MLB The Show 21 Starts Off with a BANG

MLB The Show 21 Starts Off with a BANG: The highly anticipated video game series of MLB The Show is set to continue and its release date is scheduled for April 20th, 2021. You can pre-order it now to save you the time of downloading it on the release date. It will be available on several platforms such as the PS4 and PS5 as well as the XBOX One and XBOX Series X/S.

MLB The Show is looking to attract its previous audience back for more fun while also trying to bring in a new audience in the young and upcoming generation. With only a week remaining until the game is released to the public, we finally have a sense of some of the great features that will be put on display for this year’s version of MLB The Show.

New Features in MLB The Show 21

This will be the first time in MLB The Show history that the Playstation exclusive franchise will land on XBOX consoles. This is massive for the game as many XBOX users haven’t been able to witness the greatness of MLB The Show. All the common XBOX gamers now have a reason to purchase MLB The Show 21.

Since Playstation has decided to expand its network of opportunities to XBOX, there is now the ability for players to crossplay. This move will benefit sports gaming in a way that no one has seen before. Now players from Playstation and XBOX can compete with each other directly.

One of the newest and most popular added features will be known as the stadium creator. This will give players the ability to customize their own ballpark.

This mode is perfect for the younger generations as it encourages a great deal of imagination in designing a baseball stadium.

Yankee Stadium too short and too many homeruns? The Green Monster at Fenway too challenging to hit a homerun over? Build your own ballpark and make the necessary adjustments in allowing your player to hit his full potential.

One of the most popular parts of the MLB The Show series has been the games career mode, known as Road to the Show. It was recently announced that Road to the Show has the ability to connect to a unified ballplayer in linking a single created player to Road to the Show as well as Diamond Dynasty.

Diamond Dynasty is the most popular gamemode for MLB The Show players. Although the franchise hasn’t made any announcements or hints as to what upgrades will be made in the mode, the audience can expect something major. It is not often the video game series doesn’t live up to its expectations.

Lastly, MLB The Show 21 makes adjustments to detail by enhancing its gameplay updates for hitting, pitching, and fielding. New features like Pinpoint Pitching and PAR are ready to blow everyone’s eyes.

MLB The Show 21 Impact

MLB The Show 21 will have a significant impact on the gaming industry and its bright future. More recently, professional gamers have seen a dramatic rise in success and being noted as famous figures around the world. These professional gamers have been able to inspire the young and upcoming generations of the world.

Now, when someone asks a child, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” and you hear the response of, “A professional video gamer” it won’t be of much surprise.

The MLB The Show series was already a thriving video game with solely Playstation users playing the game. Now, having expanded across XBOX consoles the game appeals to a whole new audience. An audience that a booming franchise can’t miss out on.

April 20th is the scheduled release date for MLB The Show 21 to be released. I, along with many others, am excited to see just how long of a home run they hit this time up to bat.


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Born in Scarsdale, New York I grew up a big Rangers, Yankees, Giants, and Knicks fan. Confident in my knowledge in all sports, but consider myself an expert in the NHL, MLB and NFL. I participated in varsity hockey and golf throughout my four years of high school. Currently, I am enrolled at the University of Miami as a double major in psychology and sports administration. I am not sure what my future plans are, hopefully it involves sports.