This isn't only from the trailer, but it needs to be MLB The Show 18 Stubs addressed however: MLB The Show 18's servers are going to be an integral component to watch.

Every entry going back to the PS3 was plagued with some type of difficulty with lag or host connectivity, but this past year was particularly bad. Game effects took forever to sync, disconnects were rampant, and it was frequently impossible to even login. In a game leaning more heavily than ever on internet components, it was totally unacceptable.

This year Sony San Diego seems to be going the extra mile to be certain that it doesn't happen again. The studio recently held a closed alpha, and are working on making sure that processing is spread across multiple servers. Senior manufacturer Jason Villa told Game Informer,"We are taking advantage from what we saw in the alpha in terms of user's behaviors once they got online to write logical and smart load evaluations to buy MLB 18 stubs replay that user experience."

Every year Sony San Diego says it is going to enhance the online play, but this past year really seemed to be the breaking point. Let us hope so.

On the surface, MLB The Display is an enjoyable, balanced baseball sim. But, needless to say, if you play a game long enough, the cracks will inevitably begin to show. MLB The Show 18 will want to address some of those cracks while still doing its best to avoid opening new ones.



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