MLB The Show 22: Update 2 Fixes Some Annoying Bugs and More

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Developers of MLB The Show 22 launched Update 2, which fixed some of the most annoying bugs. This patch is now available on all supported platforms.

Let’s talk about the more pressing issues that were addressed in Update 2. The problem where the pitcher would not back up home plate under some circumstances has been resolved. The issue where the first baseman wouldn’t be able to branch a throw to home has been fixed as well.

The developers also made some improvements to the game. For instance, some increases have been done to the efficiency of the relay throws after a catch. In addition, the latest update introduced the Nike City Connect uniform for the Washington Nationals.

While MLB The Show 22 is still on Early Access for those who have pre-ordered, it is nice that the devs have fixed many of the game’s issues before its eventual release on April 5.

Update Highlights

  • Fixed an issue that would occasionally cause user inputs to be ignored while baserunning
  • Fixed an issue causing the 1B to not cover 1st as quickly as they should
  • Fixed a bug that would cause the Manager Tip “Pitcher Getting Tired” to appear when the pitcher had full energy
  • Fixed an issue in player lock where the arrow to cover 1B would display slower than normal
  • Fixed an issue causing the “Can’t Pitch” icon to not display in specific scenarios in online gameplay
  • Fixed an issue where players would occasionally not tag in specific defensive situations
  • Fixed an issue when pressing L2 to change players would not function in specific scenarios
  • Fixed an issue where a username would appear as zeros when a user quits
  • Fixed a bug that would cause the voice chat menu to get stuck on the screen
  • Fixed a bug that would prevent the captain icon from updating to the correct user when another user quits
  • Fixed an issue that would cause players to return to the main menu while searching for opponents
  • Fixed an issue where players could still hear each other after leaving a lobby
  • The “Pause Time Remaining” text is no longer cut off in the pause menu during an online game
  • Fixed an issue that would display baserunners out of position in the baserunning diamond display when using Classic Baserunning
  • Fixed an issue that had the incorrect difficulty showing in the UI of Exhibitions and Play vs. Friends

The full patch notes can be found on the game’s official website.

MLB The Show 22 is available on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and Nintendo Switch.

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