If you are considering making your way to the PlayStation Experience 2016 early next month, you may be interested to know that one of the 100+ games that will be playable at the event include the new Super Mega Baseball 2 game created by Metalhead Software.
Scott Drader Co-founder at Metalhead Software has today released a new teaser trailer for the PlayStation 4 game together with a few details about what you can expect from the game.
The last time I wrote a post here was to tell you about our studio’s first title, a new sports game by the name of Super Mega Baseball. It’s been an unbelievable two years since then, and I can’t tell you how lucky I feel to be back here to share some info about Super Mega Baseball 2, and the fact we’ll have the first publicly playable build of it on the showfloor at PlayStation Experience on December 3 and 4.
The design elements of the first game were arrived at largely through experimentation and gut instinct. This time around, we have a wealth of community feedback to work with. That feedback has translated into three main areas of focus for Super Mega Baseball 2: presentation, customization, and online play.
To put it simply, Super Mega Baseball 2 will look a lot better than Super Mega Baseball 1. You will also notice a more mature vibe.
The unique and very light-hearted look of Super Mega Baseball 1 had a certain charm for some, but to others may have communicated that the game did not take its subject matter seriously. It probably led some folks who would have otherwise enjoyed the game to overlook it. Any of you that played Super Mega Baseball 1 of course know that it does in fact take its subject matter very seriously, but we want to make sure there won’t be any doubt about that with Super Mega Baseball 2.
For more information on the new Super Mega Baseball 2 PS4 game jump over to the official PlayStation Blog website for details by following the link below. For a full list of all the games that will be available to enjoy at this year’s PlayStation Experience 2016 jump over to our previous post here.
Source: PS BlogFiled Under: Gaming News, Playstation, Top News