Not only that, but The Show becomes the first heavyweight sports title to offer cross-platform play.
The question remains, however, can PC players join in on the fun?
Will MLB The Show 21 be on PC?
This is where things get strange.
Back in December, MLB Communications Tweeted that MLB The Show will become "multi-platform" on a "multi-year" agreement.
We have seen since the game confirmed for Xbox, and there's also been a tease from Nintendo America's Twitter.
That said, as of yet - there has been no news of the title arriving on PC.
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However, with Xbox owned by Microsoft, it would not be a huge surprise for the title to become available on PC. So, for now, watch this space.
This move to allow the previously exclusive PlayStation title on to Xbox could open the door to more conversations around future games and crossplay - it could prove to be a very poignant move for the gaming industry as a whole.
MLB The Show 21 will be released on Tuesday, 20 April.
The game is already available to pre-order now, with pre-downloads already available on Xbox.
You may want to hold off making the move yet, however, with further information about the Collector's Editions arriving on Wednesday, 3 February.
You will see from the above trailer that the MLB The Show 21 Cover Athlete is San Diego Padres star Fernando Tatis Jr.
It remains to be seen if "El Nino" will also grace the front of the Collector's Editions.
Price & Pre-order
Yes, MLB The Show 21 is already to pre-order on PlayStation and Xbox consoles.
The Standard Edition costs $59.99 / £59.99 on PS4 and Xbox One.
As for the Next Gen version on PS5 and Xbox Series X - that will set you back $69.99 / £69.99.
There are also some pre-order bonuses - giving you a free Gold Choice Pack - and PS5 players receiving an additional 10 The Show packs.