July 18, 2019 – Bring your baseball on the go with Super Mega Baseball 2: Ultimate Edition by Metalhead Software, now that the critically acclaimed baseball game is coming to Nintendo SwitchTM on July 25 for $29.99 USD. The Ultimate Edition on Nintendo Switch includes the complete set of Super Mega Baseball 2 content, fully featured online play, and runs at 60 fps in both docked and handheld modes.
Whether a rookie or baseball purist, Super Mega Baseball 2: Ultimate Edition packs a mode for everyone. Compete in ranked Pennant Race mode (1v1), dominate friends in arranged matches (1v1, 2v1, 2v2), or take on the AI (solo, local co-op, online co-op) – all kept fair by Ego, the genre’s most flexible difficulty system.
The Ultimate Edition will also arrive on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Steam as a new bundle for $29.99 USD, alongside a price reduction of the base version and its DLCs.
“We’ve thought for a long time that Super Mega Baseball 2 would be a fantastic fit for the Switch and our community has told us the same,” said Metalhead Co-Founder Scott Drader. “We’re hyped to finally reveal that Nintendo users will soon have their hands on it.”
Super Mega Baseball 2 received numerous “Sports Game of the Year” nods last year and comes to the Nintendo Switch with no compromises:
- Fully featured online play including cooperative season play and competitive cross-platform matchmaking via the game’s Pennant Race mode.
- 60 fps gameplay in both docked and handheld modes.
- Single Joy-ConTM support for intense shared screen head-to-head and cooperative play.
- Includes all content previously released as DLC on other platforms.
Super Mega Baseball
2: Ultimate Edition will be available on Nintendo Switch, Xbox One,
PlayStation 4 and PC via Steam on July 25th. Access the press kit and learn more about the game on Twitter, Facebook and Reddit.
About Metalhead Software
Metalhead Software is an independent game studio afloat off the Canadian West Coast. Formed in 2009, its debut title Super Mega Baseball was praised by both critics and fans.
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