Is MLB The Show 23 On Nintendo Switch?

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The launch of MLB The Show 23 is just a week away, and the excitement circulating the new game has started to reach new heights. The Show has revealed so much over the last two months, and fans are itching to get their hands on a copy of the new game.

But for those looking to pre order a copy or purchase one upon launch, some of you might be wondering if MLB The Show 23 will be available on Nintendo Switch? Over these last three years, The Show has gone to great lengths to expand its platform options and reach across different generations of consoles. But is the Nintendo Switch one of them?

Should you be a Nintendo Switch player and a baseball fan, you’ve come to the right place. In the next section, we go over that very question of whether MLB The Show 23 will be available to play on Nintendo Switch or not.

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Will MLB The Show 23 Be On Nintendo Switch?

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The answer is yes! MLB The Show 23 will be available to play on Nintendo Switch come March 24. The Show revealed this news weeks ago in their cover athlete press release.

As Nintendo Switch fans might recall, MLB The Show was originally only made available to play on PlayStation up until the year 2021, where they decided for the first time to include both Xbox and Nintendo Switch into the mix of platform options you can play the game on.

Since 2021, The Show hasn’t looked back on its decision, and has produced copies for both Xbox and Nintendo Switch from that year forth. This holds true for 2023 as well, so be sure to take advantage of the pre order editions bonuses while you still can and get your copy for the Nintendo Switch before Early Access begins this Friday!

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Olivier Dumont

Olivier Dumont is a US Sports Games Writer for VideoGamer. He's in charge of writing news pieces, guides, and features on US Sports video games, including Madden, NBA 2K, NHL, and MLB The Show.