We’re less than a month away from pitchers and catchers reporting to Spring Training, meaning baseball season is getting closer. Today, we received a glimpse of what R.B.I. Baseball 20 will look like, as screenshots of the game have been released.
First Screenshots of R.B.I. Baseball 20
Today the R.B.I. Baseball 20 development team gave us a look into this year’s game. This year’s game will, according to the developers, have brand-new batting, pitching and baserunning controls. There will also be a new “broadcast-style” camera angle, along with updated and more realistic graphics.
Here’s the screenshots the development team released today:
When looking at the screenshots, there’s a couple of takeaways I had. Not only did the developers give us a look at the broadcast camera angle, but you can also see that the camera angle behind the plate is lower and more aligned with the strike zone. Here’s a look from last year’s game to illustrate what I mean:
Second, R.B.I. Baseball‘s team have finally added real pitches to this year’s game. In past years, gamers could only choose a “fast pitch” or a slower pitch. Now, gamers now can choose to throw fastballs, sliders, changeups and other pitches.
On top of the screenshots, the R.B.I. Baseball team also announced a new promo with GameStop. If you pre-order R.B.I. Baseball 20 from GameStop, you can receive one MLB SqueezyMate at random while supplies last.
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