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MLB The Show 18 First Gameplay Revealed


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The Major League Baseball Season is just around the corner and with it another year of MLB The Show for PlayStation 4 owners.  Sony’s San Diego Studio has released the first gameplay trailer for the game, giving us a first look at the game in action.

According to Sony San Diego, MLB The Show 18 has seen a number of improvements and additional features to the game.    This year’s game will feature unique home run celebrations, a revamped hitting engine and improved physics, an improved tagging system, over 1,000 new gameplay animations, dynamic crowds, an expanded Road to the Show mode, and the inclusion of more legends in the game.

MLB The Show 18 Gameplay Trailer

MLB The Show 18 will launch on PlayStation 4 on March 27th.  Those who pre-order the game will get some different bonuses for doing so, but they these offers do vary depending on where you pre-order the game.  Pre-ordering from the PlayStation Store seems to offer the most benefit.

MLB The Show 18 Pre-Order Bonuses

PlayStation Store

  • Early Access starting on March 23rd
  • 10 Standard Packs
  • 1 Legend Card
  • 5,000 Stubs
  • Instant Reward | Aaron Judge Rookie Flashback Card

GameStop

  • Early Access starting on March 23rd
  • 10 Standard Packs
  • +5 additional 5 Standard Packs
  • 1 Legend Card

Target, Best Buy, Walmart 

  • Early Access starting on March 23rd
  • 10 Standard Packs
  • 1 Legend Card

For those that do not pre-order MLB: The Show 18 will launch on March 27th, but the Early Access period begins on March 23rd if pre-ordered from the above retailers.



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