MLB The Show 22 update replaces long sliding dive animation, fixes bugs
A new update has been released for MLB The Show 22 that fixes numerous bugs.
According to the patch notes, bugs that caused a custom stadium to delete if the save file was too big, a soft lock to occur on Nintendo Switch, and the remaining time to disappear in Home Run Derby have all been fixed. Additionally, a new “Featured Rewards” area has been added to the Conquest menu tile.
Game Update 7 also replaces the animations of long sliding dives to make them “a more realistic representation of how MLB players dive in the infield.” Read the full patch notes below:
- Long sliding dives have been replaced with animations that are a more realistic representation of how MLB players dive in the infield.
- Fixed a bug that would cause a custom stadium to delete if the save file was too big.
- Fixed an issue that would cause a soft lock when selecting an uploaded stadium from the vault.
- Various stability improvements.
- Fixed a soft lock that could occur when the on-screen keyboard was open.
- Fixed an issue with roster turnover in Spring Training after an injury.
- Added the ability to view the transaction log during the playoffs.
- Fixed an issue that could prevent users from entering the lineup screen.
Home Run Derby
- Fixed a bug that would occasionally cause the remaining time to disappear.
- Added a new “Featured Rewards” area to the Conquest menu tile.
- Added a new Supercharged Players screen that lists all the current Supercharged players and a direct link to the Marketplace for each. You can find the new screen inside Diamond Dynasty under the “Player Updates” menu tile.
- Fixed an issue that would occasionally prevent a user from entering the logo vault from the Franchise Custom Team menu.
- Fixed a bug in Exhibition Live Rosters which would prevent pitcher stats from displaying in the bullpen menu.
- Fixed a bug that would prevent users from scrolling up the Friends List when entering the Homerun Derby lobby screen.
MLB The Show 22 is available now on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.
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