Coach is back! According to Ramone Russell of San Diego Studios, MLB The Show 21 will be releasing a new video every Tuesday and Thursday for the rest of February. The videos will feature Coach and cover athlete Fernando Tatis Jr.
The first of which was released today and takes a look at the various gameplay styles offered in The Show. Gamers will have a choice between casual, simulation, and competitive gameplay.
In these videos, gamers can also expect next-gen reveals, in-depth looks at gameplay, and new features. So far, the company has said that one of its main priorities was addressing fly ball and at-the-wall catches. A new pitching mechanic was also hinted at.
For those looking to get their hands on MLB The Show 21 a bit early, a technical test will be held starting February 23. Players can sign-up to participate starting today. The stress test will entail cross-platform play, online match-making, and general feedback on gameplay.
MLB The Show will also be offering Feature Premieres that will be broadcast across YouTube, Twitch, and Facebook Live. These will offer some additional insight into changes from the previous game.
In addition to these new details, we know that San Diego Studios has also teased a new player onboarding experience, Franchise improvements, and some updates to March to October.
The Show 21 will be releasing on April 20 for $60 on Xbox One and PS4, and $70 on next-gen systems.