For the first time, Nintendo Switch owners will get the chance to play one of the best baseball games released this generation as Super Mega Baseball 2: Ultimate Edition is set to release for the console on July 25th.
The game, which will cost $29.99, is also set to release on Xbox One, Steam, and PS4; it will include all of the game’s DLC.
“We’ve thought for a long time that Super Mega Baseball 2 would be a fantastic fit for the Switch and our community has told us the same,” said Metalhead Co-Founder Scott Drader in a press release. “We’re hyped to finally reveal that Nintendo users will soon have their hands on it.”
If you’re worried about what concessions the team at Metalhead Software had to make in order release it on the hybrid console, you’ll be happy to know that the game will come to the Switch fully featured with no omissions in terms of features or quality:
- Fully featured online play including cooperative season play and competitive cross-platform matchmaking via the game’s Pennant Race mode.
- 60 FPS gameplay in both docked and handheld modes.
- Single Joy-ConTM support for intense shared screen head-to-head and cooperative play.
- Includes all content previously released as DLC on other platforms.
For more on Super Mega Baseball 2, check out SGO’s review from the game’s launch.
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