Release date, breaking news, reveal trailer, cover athlete, and pre-order details
MLB The Show 22 is already in turmoil as the MLB season is almost set to end.
The potential MLB The Show pre-order rewards could also be amazing, which we will detail below.
Here’s everything we know about MLB The Show 22 so far, and the latest one as MLB The Show 21 continues to thrive after launch.
LATEST – Pre-Order Rewards Could Be Early Access
As always, we’re bound to earn pre-order rewards once MLB The Show 22 finally nears the launch date. What we don’t know is what rewards we can expect.
Hopefully we’ll see some additional rewards for the various game modes, but what we’d really like to see is early access.
Once we get a full rundown of all the pre-order rewards for MLB The Show 22, we’ll keep you updated here.
The World Series is in full swing
With MLB The Show 22 still a few months away, the World Series continues and is set to bring some exciting new content to MLB The Show 21.
Sony San Diego has unveiled several new content at the end of the World Series, and the Diamond Dynasty special cards based on the World Series’ most outstanding performance are probably just the beginning.
We also know that the latest Diamond Dynasty rankings update is coming soon, and more playoff-themed content is expected as MLB wraps up this exciting year.
MLB The Show 22 Release Date
From now on, the MLB The Show 22 scheduled release date is Tuesday, April 19, 2022.
While unconfirmed, this timeline makes the most sense given last year’s release date, and isn’t far removed from the timeline used in previous years.
While MLB The Show 19, 18, and 20 all released in late March just before MLB’s opening day, we saw a change with MLB The Show 21 when it landed in the third week of April.
This allowed the MLB opening day hype to get past the release and build anticipation for the launch, which is a strategy that has worked very well and looks likely to continue with MLB The Show. 22.
Trailer, platforms, prices and editions
The first news from MLB The Show 21 arrived on February 1, 2021 when the athlete’s ad and trailer starring Fernando Tatis Jr. was dropped.
We could see a similar reveal for MLB The Show 22, and the title’s significant success on Xbox means it’s likely we’ll be seeing things again on the same platforms as MLB The Show 21.
It’s likely that the series will stick around on both the next gen and the current gen for at least one more cycle, so we expect it to go down. PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X | S, with a little luck, they finally make a PC version.
The price is expected to stay the same, with a cost of $ 60 on the current gen, $ 70 on the next gen, and a bit more for any special editions they choose to release for MLB The Show 22.
Cover athlete predictions
Last year, we saw Sony San Diego pick the youngest cover athlete in show history going with Fernando Tatis Jr., and it was a move that really set the tone for building the game. to launch.
The most obvious choice for MLB The Show 22 is undeniably the biggest star in baseball today: Shohei Ohtani.
We might also see a long-term living legend chosen as Jacob of Grom, or another young rising star like Franco Stroll get the nod as a cover star.
We’ve seen several major features debut with MLB The Show 21, including the new Pinpoint Pitching system and additions like Stadium Creator.
We expect all of these recent additions to be further refined for MLB The Show 22, but the fact that things like Stadium Creator have been in the works for years could indicate that they already have plans for something that doesn’t. not quite made the cut for MLB The Show 21.
They’ve also broken new ground with cross-play in MLB The Show 21, and hopefully we’ll see more progress as MLB The Show 22 continues to set the tone for sports games every year.