Super Mega Baseball 2: Customization Options First Look

After the original game’s success, developer Metalhead Software knew that the pressure was on to deliver a great sequel with Super Mega Baseball 2.

One of the wishes of fans was a deeper customization studio, and Metalhead has listened.

In the video above, Christian from Metalhead Software goes over the deep options that will be available to players at launch later this year.

Some of the options to change include conference and division alignment in leagues, the number of games — from two to 200 — that are played in a season, and the number of teams in a league (4 to 32).

Players will have nearly complete control over the appearance of every player in the game as well as the teams that take the field. From uniforms and logos to the stadiums and colors, fans will be able to make Super Mega Baseball 2 the game they want it to be.

The full list of options to tailor to your liking can be found below.

About Super Mega Baseball 2 from Metalhead Software:

Super Mega Baseball 2, the sequel to the award-winning Super Mega Baseball (Earned an 85 Metacritic score and won numerous “Sports Game of the Year” honors), builds upon the original by adding a more realistic presentation, a bevy of new customizable features and the launch of online multiplayer. The game will hit Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC this summer.

Stick to Sports Gamers Online for more on Super Mega Baseball 2 as its launch approaches later this year.


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