Now's greatest sports games are all about realism, and MLB 18 stubs is taking veritas yet another notch by introducing Rainy Days to the match.
In real-life baseball games, rain storms occur when, well, as it rains. With these serendipitous changes to the atmosphere in your mind, San Diego Studios is increasing the real-time weather with much more varied weather conditions like fog and enhanced rain. With that rain, MLB The Show 18 also adds, that's right, rain waits!
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MLB the show stubs will not really postpone the game, but will provide MLB The Show 18 players some nice choices like whether or not to maintain a pitcher, or warm-up a new thrower throughout the duration of the delay.
While in real life there is a chance that a rain delay is so severe so as to reschedule a game completely, that probably will not occur in the virtual games of MLB The Show 18. However, it is a fantastic little addition which goes a very long way into making the video game simulation much closer to the true game.
'MLB The Show 18' batting guide: How to hit like a pro
MLB The Show 18 is the most genuine baseball video game you can playwith: It's realistic ball physics, true-to-life MLB The Show 18 player versions, and profound on-field action that can keep MLB The Show 18 players studying and improving for weeks to come. It's also definitely a pitcher's sport, with the guy on the mound having a definite edge over batters, even on lower difficulty settings. This is how to master hitting -- and scoring -- in MLB The Show 18.