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MLB The Show 22 Game Update #9 Live With Patch Notes

    Sony San Diego has released the MLB The Show 22 update via Nintendo Switch, PC and PS4, PS5, Xbox One S, Xbox X, and Xbox One S. Patch notes also accompany the update that explain everything it does. Unfortunately, Game Update n.9 doesn’t do much. There was a March to October and a franchise change to honor Jackie Robinson. Also, there were some changes to UI and Mini Season. Finally, there were various other things.

    We don’t have information on the file sizes of different files so we don’t know how long it took. We can only tell that patch notes are very brief and no content is included. This would indicate that you should not bother downloading the patches.

    You can click below to view the complete patch notes for the update.

    FENU AND MARC – OCTOBER

    • The number 42 will be called by minor league players on Jackie Robinson Day.

    MINI SEASONS

    • Corrected an issue that led to incorrect records being displayed in the introduction presentations.

    UI:

    • Fixed an issue in the table Marketplace. The player’s tab contains information about the player.
    • This issue was causing incorrect display of Exhibition Live Roster stats.

    BIRD: NINTENDO FINSANCE:

    • If the controllers are disconnected during play, a freeze could occur.

    MISCELLANEOUS:

    • Induction of the Nike City Connect Milwaukee Brewers uniform.
    • There is a lot to be done in play-by-play.

    MLB The Show 22 can be accessed via Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and Xbox S2, Xbox S6, Xbox S8, Xbox S8, Xbox S3, PS4. You can either purchase the game directly or enjoy it through Xbox Game Pass.

    “MLB The Show 22 has been one of the most bizarre entries to the series in the last decade. However, I was still as active as ever in MLB The Show 22, and I hope to play it more often this season. This is, however, the most underwhelming leap of all the baseball The Show. I can only recall it as a single moment for a week. It seems like every detail has been changed or added to this year. While this lack of new content does not make MLB The Show 22 any worse, it does indicate that the series has become quite unhappy with its current state.