Several elements of the upcoming multiplatform video game, “MLB 14: The Show,” has been discussed. According to a report from Kotaku on Jan. 12, the development team was asked by Owen Good if the suspension of Alex Rodriquez will impact the upcoming baseball simulation title.
Although Sony Computer Entertainment San Diego Studio has not yet commented, the editor from the website speculated that the baseball player will most likely be left of the roster of the New York Yankees during the ranked online matches as well as the “Diamond Dynasty” mode. A judge recently ruled that Alex Rodriquez will be suspended for the 2014 season, which is 162 games, in addition to the postseason playoff.
Owen Good also talked about the microtransaction DLC packs that will give players the option to use real-life money to purchase “training points” in the “Road to the Show” mode of “MLB 14: The Show.” The Kotaku editor believed that the controversial feature will be returning as the development team is making strides toward creating a “universal currency.”
“MLB 14: The Show” is due to come out in the spring season of this year for the PS3, PS4 and Playstation Vita. The software product will be the only official MLB licensed video game to be coming out this year as 2K Sports recently announced that the “MLB 2K” series won’t be continuing.
You can check out some “MLB 14: The Show” screens in the slideshow to the left of this article.