MLB The Show 23‘s cover star was revealed earlier this week, but the game doesn’t just have one athlete on the box. Baseball legend Derek Jeter will be joining his collector’s edition of Game Pass for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox systems, releasing March 28. Announced.
during the performance The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallonthe New York Yankees star said he will be in the game and will also grace the cover of the more premium version. We also clarified whether
The game comes in two premium versions — the Digital Deluxe Edition and captain edition — and those who buy either get early access MLB The Show 23Early Access will begin on March 24th, giving players a head start for four days.
The Digital Deluxe Edition is available for $99.99 and includes double daily login rewards, current and latest versions for Xbox and PlayStation users, and tons of digital card packs to open. 1 Captain’s Choice Pack, 1 Unreleased Uniform Choice Pack, 5 Gold Choice Packs, 20 Show Packs, 1 Ballplayer Pack, 1 Derek Jeter Cover Art Bat Skin, 30,000 stubs for the game’s Diamond Dynasty Mode consists of pieces.
For those looking for a more physical version of the game, MLB The Show 23of captain edition Also available for $99.99. Includes many of the same digital rewards as the Digital Deluxe version, but players will receive 10,000 Stubs instead of 30,000, 5 The Show packs instead of 20, and 2 Gold Choice packs instead of 5. You can only get it, so the quantity will be less. This version includes the Steelbook and the New Era MLB The Show 9FIFTY Limited Edition Hat, so this is meant to complement the physical product. captain edition For PlayStation systems, PS4 discs and PS5 download codes are included.
Pre-orders for all editions of the game will begin on February 6th at select retailers and digital storefronts. Pre-order any edition and you’ll also get the Gold Choice Pack.
Developer San Diego Studios also revealed information about upcoming technical tests for the game. Testing will begin on February 15th and will run through February 21st, and will be available on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One, or Nintendo Switch. Unlike previous years, the technical test will be available for free download starting February 15th, so no signup is required.