Super Mega Baseball Launches to Xbox One and PC

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Extra Innings is the new version of the game which will be released in the summer, featuring more stadiums and "enhanced gameplay."

It looks like the PS4's arcade-style baseball game Super Mega Baseball will stop being a PlayStation-exclusive soon.
On Wednesday, the developer of the game Metalhead, reported that a new version of Super Mega Baseball: Extra Innings, will be released for Xbox One and PC in the summer. Along with this announcement, Metalhead promised a range of new content, including more stadiums, "enhanced gameplay," and an overall improved experience of the game.

“Right now there are few options for quality, accessible sports titles on the market, particularly when it comes to baseball games on the Xbox One and PC," the co-founder of Metalhead Scott Drader stated.

"We're really looking to put this genre back on the map for more casual fans, especially the younger generation of gamers who haven't had access to the types of games that were common during their parents' generation," he added. "Games that could introduce a sport to the uninitiated and turn them into fans for life."

In any case, you should not expect to see your favorite Major League Baseball players or stadiums in Super Mega Baseball, as the game is not licensed. In case that's a deal-breaker, you can play MLB 15: The Show on PlayStation consoles or RBI Baseball 15 on Xbox and PC.
Super Mega Baseball give you the opportunity to play against the CPU or with up to four friends via local co-p. Still, there is no information if the new content from Extra Innings will also be released for the existing versions of PlayStation.

The price of the game's new version is unknown yet, however, the PS3 and PS4 versions of Super Mega Baseball can be purchased for $20 each.

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