Out Of The Park Baseball 18
OOTP 18 In-Game View. Image courtesy of Out Of The Park Developments

Out of the Park Developments have released the 18.5.54 update for Out Of The Park Baseball 18.

The game will get updated automatically by Steam or Mac AppStore if you bought your game on those platforms, while you can download the file here if you purchased the title directly from the developer’s website.

Here is the change-list for this update:
– Updated Opening Day roster sets, including many improvements to minor league player ratings and international & independent leagues (need to create a new game for changes to apply)
– Updated historical databases
– Added wide screen options for field widget in-game
– Can now add and remove players from tournaments using right-click menu
– Fixed PBP speed being too quick in some cases
– Fixed last ticket price when gate sharing in league
– Fixed some text when players have multiple injuries
– Fixed minor league coach contracts not advancing
– Fixed some cases of achievements not triggering properly
– Fixed retained salary not getting cleared when team options are exercised
– Fixed injury distribution for pitchers
– Fixed problems with draft pick trading
– Improved AI playoff roster selection, DL
– Tweaked in-game pinch-hitting AI
– Fixed top prospect owner goal ignoring certain prospects
– Improved use of spring training depth charts
– Adjusted player expectations
– Fixed crash selecting all-star option on new game
– Release all coaches will now properly release coaches on affiliated teams
– Tournaments will no longer take players from teams during the playoffs
– Fixed purge tool with tournaments
– In Challenge Mode, season scores and achievements will only be counted the first time when earned (to prevent cheating)
– Fixed salaries resetting when trading players in international leagues (NPB, KBO, etc…)
– Fixed association playoffs resetting when exiting and resuming the game
– Many other bug and cosmetic fixes

Sports Gamers Online has recently reviewed OOTP 18.

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Alessandro Seren Rosso
An avid player of sports management games, Alessandro writes about hockey for several online outlets in all over the world. His work appeared, among the others, on The Hockey News, Hockey’s Future, The Hockey Writers and many other. His interest in sports gaming dates back to 1998 with Championship Manager. Today, most of his gaming engagement, much limited by his 3-years-old lovely time-killer, is dedicated to Eastside Hockey Manager.