MLB The Show 21 has made some massive waves arriving for the first time on Xbox consoles, and you can also play The Show with the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate!
Here's everything you need to know about the game and what's waiting for you with the Xbox Game Pass.
Latest - Sony San Diego Struggles to Contain MLB The Show 21 Server Problems
MLB The Show 21 has had some massive server issues since its launch, keeping many players from playing online game modes, and even stalling many players progress in single player game modes like RTTS.
Sony San Diego have stayed diligent during these MLB The Show 21 server problems, keeping players up to date and working to make improvements with a ton of post-launch updates already.
While some server issues still return occasionally, the company has made great strides to ensure players get their hands on the true MLB The Show 21 experience.
MLB The Show 21 hit Xbox Game Pass on day one
For over a decade MLB The Show has been a PlayStation exclusive title, but that all changed this year as MLB The Show 21 launched on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S.
Even better, MLB The Show 21 has been available with the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription since its launch, and it looks like it'll stay there for a very long time. This could turn into a new trend for premiere sports titles, launching as part of subscription deals from day one.
READ MORE: All MLB The Show 21 Achievements
How to Play MLB The Show 21 on Xbox Game Pass
To play MLB The Show 21 on Xbox Game Pass, you'll have to subscribe to the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, and this must be with your console (not the PC version).
The Xbox Game Pass Ultimate comes with hundreds of games, and costs just £10.99/$14.99 a month - with a deal that lets players subscribe for £1/$1 for their first month!
This could be big savings if you utilize the games in the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate library, and will certainly save you money on MLB The Show 21.
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