Super Mega Baseball Extra Innings Comes to the XboxOne Today

Posted by at 12:26 pm on August 14, 2015

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As Major League Baseball’s real-world pennant race gets hot, independent developer Metalhead Software on Friday released the Xbox One version of its acclaimed Super Mega Baseball.

Called Extra Innings, the game comes to Xbox One by way of Microsoft’s ID@Xbox self-publishing program. The game includes additional content not found in the original PlayStation game, including more stadiums, as well as “enhanced gameplay and improved baseball simulation.”

These new features and content will also be made available in the previously released PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 versions of Super Mega Baseball through a free patch and DLC in September.

Extra Innings costs $20 on Xbox One, but Xbox Live Gold members can save 15 percent (knocking it down to $17) if they buy it within the next 10 days. This limited-time discount will also be available when the game comes to PC on August 21.

“Super Mega Baseball to us is a celebration of baseball and its culture, and I think we’ve also done the sport justice from a simulation perspective,” Metalhead cofounder Scott Drader said in a statement.

Super Mega Baseball is not a licensed game, so don’t expect to see your favorite Major League Baseball players or stadiums in the game. If that’s a deal-breaker, you can play MLB 15: The Show on PlayStation consoles or RBI Baseball 15 on Xbox and PC.

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