MLB The Show 17 Gets Price Drop, All-Star Edition

The PS4's professional baseball game is now cheaper.

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With Major League Baseball's All-Star game set to take place this week, Sony has discounted its professional baseball game, MLB The Show 17, and announced a new version of the game themed around the All-Star game.

Starting with the price drop, MLB The Show 17's standard edition is now available for $40, while the Digital Deluxe Edition can be had for $80.

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As for the new All-Star edition, this replaces the MVP edition. The $50 game comes with everything in the MVP edition in addition to the Diamond Dynast Jump Start Pack. You also get 31 PS4 themes, 5,000 Stubs, and more. Here is a full rundown.

MLB The Show 17 All-Star Edition Includes:

  • Game
  • 5,000 Stubs
  • Gold Season Starter Pack (includes Mission Starter for Gold Item)
  • 1 Sponsor Pack
  • 10 Standard Packs
  • 31 PS4 Themes
  • Diamond Dynasty Jump Start Pack

The Jump Start Pack includes the following:

  • 1 All-Star Flashback or Legend
  • 2 guaranteed Mission Starter Players
    • 1 guaranteed Gold Flashback or Legend that opens up a Mission for a Diamond player reward
    • 1 guaranteed Silver Flashback or Legend that opens up a Mission for a Gold player reward
  • 22 guaranteed Silver players

The actual 2017 MLB All-Star game takes place on Tuesday, July 11 in Miami. You can read and learn more about the match-up here on GameSpot sister site CBS Sports.

GameSpot's MLB The Show 17 review scored the game an 8/10. "This is America's National Pastime at its best," reviewer Richard Wakeling said.

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