The big news of the day has been the announcement that Sony's beloved MLB The Show baseball series is finally coming to Xbox on April 20th, and head of Xbox Phil Spencer has shared his excitement at the news.

Taking to Twitter, Spencer highlighted how it was a "great move" to have the franchise joining the Xbox family, which marks the first PlayStation Studios title to ever be released on an Xbox console.

GM of Xbox Games Marketing Aaron Greenberg also commented on the announcement, revealing that Xbox, PlayStation and the MLB have been working closely on bringing the franchise to Xbox.

"Excited to have MLB The Show 21 coming to Xbox consoles on April 20th. Our teams have been working together on this launch and with cross-play support we now have Major League Baseball for everyone!"

If you're interested in pre-ordering, MLB The Show 21 is now available to purchase digitally on the Microsoft Store at $59.99 for Xbox One, and $69.99 for Xbox Series X. The game will also be getting a special Collector's Edition with a free upgrade path, set to be announced on Wednesday, 3rd February.

Are you excited to see MLB The Show coming to Xbox? Let us know in the comments.

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