Baseball fans, rejoice! Sony has today revealed that its MLB The Show series will finally make its debut on Xbox consoles after 15 long years on April 20th, coming to Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S!

It's the news we expected after the covers for the game leaked this past weekend, and Sony has revealed that the Xbox version of the game will support cross-platform play with PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 as well.

MLB The Show 21 is now available to pre-order on the Microsoft Store in two separate versions - an Xbox One version ($59.99) and an Xbox Series X|S version ($69.99) - with no upgrade path provided between the two. However, a Collector's Edition will be revealed this Wednesday, seemingly with some kind of upgrade path.

"Experience faster, deeper and more intense moment-to-moment match action on the field, with a variety of game modes for all you rookie players and returning seasoned vets.

• Lead your Ballplayer to Road to the Show and Diamond Dynasty glory as a two-way star.
• Enjoy revamped Franchise and March to October modes, with easy onboarding and tools.
• Face your friends on PlayStation 4™ or PlayStation 5™ with cross-platform play*"

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