MLB The Show 22 Content Stream Reveals New Bosses, Roster Updates and More

San Diego Studio held its second MLB The Show 22 content stream April 29, live on Twitch and YouTube. It’s the second time MLB The Show 22 received a stream of content, the first of which was two weeks ago on April 14, when the team unveiled the Jackie Robinson Collection, Supercharged Series, and new Conquest card details.

Earlier this week, the team announced patches and fixes for the game to help fix lingering issues across multiple modes. After MLB The Show 22With the game’s Update 4 launch, San Diego Studio shifted gears to focus on new content that will hit the market at the end of its stream.


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The Spring Cleanup event is now live and features five legendary bosses to defeat for amazing rewards. Atlanta Braves Hall of Famer and 12-time All-Star Eddie Matthews is the fifth and final boss announced for the event. Versatile in two positions, Matthews can smash balls out of the park with ease while serving teams of players as one of the best third basemen in the game. MLB The Show 22. He joins Ernie Banks, David Justice, Tom Seaver and Zack Britton as five elite bosses scheduled for the star program Diamond Dynasty, an event that promises players to be full of pledge packs to open through the experience.

Players will be able to earn five Silver Series packs by reaching 60,000 EXP during the event. Each pack contains a Silver level variant of all five bosses, allowing players to collect them all and use them with their best Diamond Dynasty cards to complete numerous missions. Week 1: Legends and Flashback missions offer players several challenging tasks centering around each boss and completing a specific task with each player. At the 90,000 EXP and 135,000 EXP intervals, players will receive a Diamond Pack granting players one of five Diamond tier bosses, with a total of 85, and rewards will continue up to 750,000 EXP with a box set. of 20.

The Spring Cleanup event isn’t the only new program to hit MLB The Show 22. The Kansas City Royals Nike City Connect program is also available in-game, representing a similar product to previous Nike City Connect programs, but with increased rewards. In the game’s first roster update since launch, six players received upgrades to Diamond status, including Francisco Lindor, Ozzie Albies, Raisel Iglesias, Carlos Rodon and Kevin Gausmsan. Max Muncy, Kyle Tucker, Starling Marte and Bo Bichette have been downgraded from Diamond to Gold, joining new tier-level additions such as Pablo Lopez, Anthony Rizzo, Garrett Whitlock and Frankie Montas, among others.

MLB The Show 22 is available on PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.

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