PS4's Super Mega Baseball Coming to Xbox One and PC

New version called Extra Innings launching this summer with more stadiums and "enhanced gameplay."


[UPDATE] A Super Mega Baseball representative tells GameSpot:

"The updates will also be available in the PS3 and PS4 versions via updates and/or free DLC. Metalhead is still deciding on how the details will work."

The original story is below.

Arcade-style baseball game Super Mega Baseball won't be a PlayStation-exclusive for much longer.

Developer Metalhead on Wednesday announced that a new version of the game, Super Mega Baseball: Extra Innings, will launch for Xbox One and PC this summer. The developer promises a range of new content, including more stadiums, "enhanced gameplay," and an overall improved experience.

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“Right now there are few options for quality, accessible sports titles on the market, particularly when it comes to baseball games on the Xbox One and PC," Metalhead co-founder Scott Drader said in a statement.

"We're really looking to put this genre back on the map for more casual fans, especially the younger generation of gamers who haven't had access to the types of games that were common during their parents' generation," he added. "Games that could introduce a sport to the uninitiated and turn them into fans for life."

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.

Super Mega Baseball lets you play against the CPU or with up to four friends via local co-p. The game boasts a strong score of 85 on GameSpot sister site Metacritic.

Pricing was not announced, but the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 versions of Super Mega Baseball sell for $20. For a closer look at Super Mega Baseball, check out Giant Bomb's Quick Look video below.

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