22 Mar 2021 2:48 PM +00:00

MLB The Show 21 new Gameplay Trailer is Breathtaking

MLB The Show 21 is due out in less than a month, and the hype train never stops rolling with new Feature Premieres and Trailers.

The latest Gameplay Trailer for MLB The Show 21 gave us a gorgeous look at the Next Gen 4K 60FPS graphics the title brings to PS5, but they also snuck in another Legend Reveal at the end.

Gameplay Trailer reveals PS5 graphics

MLB The Show 21 has given us a slight glimpse at the game's Next Gen graphics before now, but today's Gameplay Trailer was the most stunning view yet.

The trailer seen above captures crisp and pristine views of the title running on Next Gen Hardware, which means this is what PS5 and Xbox Series X|S players can look forward to.

While gameplay details were scarce, they did slip in yet another bit of information right at the end of the trailer with a new Legend Reveal of Roberto Clemente.

READ MORE: Pittsburgh Legend Roberto Clemente joins The Show

Clean visuals accentuate internal gameplay updates

The real thing on display in this latest trailer wasn't just the gameplay itself, but seeing it free of the game's heads-up display and really letting the 60K FPS Next Gen graphics shine.

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MLB The Show 21 Screenshot Gameplay Trailer
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FIELDING OVERHAUL: The system received major TLC ahead of next month's release

However, there's more than a pretty face coming to MLB The Show 21, which we found out more about last week with the Fielding Feature Premiere detailing the game's Complete Fielding Overhaul.

The massive changes are directed right at newcomers, with big updates to the fielding animations, onboarding process, in-game indicators, and more.

READ MORE: MLB The Show 21's Fielding Overhaul Has New Players in Mind

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