MLB The Show 21 update 1.07 is a small hotfix for the ninth-gen versions of the game that fixes a bug with the player-made stadiums.
Similar to every year, Sony’s San Diego Studios delivered another entry of the MLB The Show series. Launched almost a month earlier, the new installment might not a well-received one over the past years, but it does bring some new welcoming features to the franchise that fans were anticipating for a while.
Probably the biggest new feature that has been added to the franchise with MLB The Show 21 is the new Create Stadium mode that allows players to create a brand new unique stadium for their teams or customize the existing ones.
Unfortunately, the new mode is only available on PS5, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S versions of the game, which makes its related update exclusive to ninth-gen consoles.
Today, another of those updates rolled out by San Diego Studios, which only fixes a small bug with the stadiums created by players. Details of the update mentioned down below:
MLB The Show 21 Update 1.07 Patch Notes
- This is a small update that fixes a bug that would cause classic stands in created stadiums to disappear, leaving the fans floating in midair.
- *After the update is live, please resave your stadium to correct the issue. Thank you.
The update’s file size is not something you might worry about as it only fixes a single bug in a single mode.
MLB The Show 21 is now available on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S. The Xbox Game Pass subscribers on consoles will be able to play the game for free. It’s the very first time in history that a mainline installment of the MLB The Show series drops on Xbox consoles.
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