With official MLB The Show 23 news likely just weeks away, a new leak has potentially confirmed details about which platforms fans can expect.
Here's everything we know so far about the consoles that MLB The Show 23 is expected to land on and which one remains absent.
MLB The Show 23 platforms leaked by ratings board
While official reveals for MLB The Show 23 aren't expected for more than a month, one of the year's most key details may have already been leaked.
Originally spotted by Gematsu, it appears that MLB The Show 23 has already been given an official rating for the title in Brazil.
The details, which are visible on their public government website, identify MLB The Show 23 as a title by Sony Interactive Entertainment developed in the US during 2022.
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Most notably, there are separate entries classifying MLB The Show 23 for PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PS5, and Xbox Series X|S.
It's unlikely that the game would be submitted for an official rating classification with any potential platforms missing, so this is likely what fans can look forward to.
MLB The Show 23 expansion stalls, but past gen stays
We've seen continued expansion of the MLB The Show franchise in recent years as the once PlayStation exclusive has become increasingly accessible.
The first big step was branching out to Xbox, but that move came along with the jump towards new gen technology.
MLB The Show 20 was a PS4 exclusive, but MLB The Show 21 came to PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S.
MLB The Show 22 continued that trend by jumping to Nintendo Switch, and hopes were high about a PC release this year.
Unfortunately, the absence of a PC rating likely means that MLB The Show 24 is the earliest fans might be able to play this franchise on Windows.
It's always possible that final details are being sorted, but at this point PC fans may want to temper their expectations for MLB The Show 23.
It's unclear when the industry will collectively decide to stop publishing annual releases on past gen tech, but it looks like MLB The Show 23 won't be the first to wave goodbye to PS4 and Xbox One.
Official confirmation of platforms, pricing, pre order details and more should arrive when the title is formally announced in late January or early February 2023.