The MLB The Show 21, the latest game of the MLB series, which has been exclusively owned by the PS platform since 2006,
will be available on the Xbox next-generation and previous-generation platforms on April 20, and will be provided to Xbox Game Pass subscriptions for the first time on the same day. user.
The work was produced by Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) San Diego Studios.
Landing on the XGP and Xbox platforms means that the series has met with players outside the PS platform for the first time.
The seeds of cross-platform were planted as early as 19 years, and when the copyright owner renewed the contract with Sony,
they required the series to expand business opportunities beyond the PS platform.
However, joining XGP can be regarded as a major event in game history, and Sony has always stayed away from this business model.
The operating costs of the company’s development units have been consistently high,
and the cost of making a red wine meal is over 100 million (USD) at any time.
Providing it to users for free on the first day of listing is equivalent to cutting shares in Fengjun.
saving money to support the Western studios that produce 3A large-scale productions.
Industry insiders comforted that Suofan should not be anxious to get angry, and the PS platform also has a halo:
In addition, Sony closed its PSP, PSV, and PS3 online stores to save costs.
Fans should understand the difficulties of the operators.
including about 630 digital PSV games, 730 digital PS3 games, 336 classic PS2 games, and 260 PS1 games permanently disappearing.
The digital content that conservatives were worried about cannot be passed down to the host platform first to come true.