Super Mega Baseball 2 Launches for PS4, Xbox One, and PC This September

Metalhead Software's follow up to 2014's Super Mega Baseball -- Super Mega Baseball 2 -- is hitting consoles and PC right in time for the MLB playoffs.

on May 26, 2017 8:05 PM

Today, developer Metalhead Software announced that Super Mega Baseball 2 is set to arrive sometime this September.

As you may know, originally the game was planned to hit sometime in mid-2017, but clearly has been pushed back a little bit — presumably because the game needed more time.

As previously reported, we know that Super Mega Baseball 2 will follow the same template as the first game that released back in 2014: but with more features and a revamping of the game’s style.

The game now boasts a more mature look to it, with more focus on presentation, customization, and online play that supports both online co-op and versus player (single player and local couch co-op has also returned from the first game).

According to Metalhead software a lot has been added in terms of customization. For example, you can create your own league, how many teams are in the league, how many divisions, and even how many conferences. The game automatically fills out the league with balanced teams, which allows you to put as much or as little effort into the league creating process. You can create a simple one conference league all the way up to a monster 32 team league.

Each team can also be customized. This includes custom logos,  choosing the colors of your team, jersey style, patterns, sock styles, etc. From here you can customize each individual player, similar to the first game, but much deeper. For example, you can even customize a player’s shoe laces. Yeah, that intense.

Lastly, a new video was released today showcasing the game’s new art style. You can check it out below:

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