Yes, according to the developer from San Diego Studios, in MLB: The Show 22 will be Cross Play and Cross Progress. Despite the fact that MLB: The Show 22 is developed by the PlayStation Studio, it will first be available on the Xbox and Nintendo Switch consoles.
Until last year's name MLB: The Show was exclusive for PlayStation, but with the revival of The Show the popular baseball simulator is now available on all consoles. Players will be able to switch to fast game mode, ranking mode, online seasons, Diamond Dynasty and, perhaps, much more, and all this also on other consoles.
Sand Diego Studios also confirmed that in MLB: The Show 22 there is a cross-saving function that applies to the entire gameplay. Players in MLB: The Show 22 can not only keep their progress on other consoles, but can also be saved in the middle of the game and switch to another console.
Using a very convenient cloud system, players can download and download their progress in MLB: The Show 22 to continue your progress at Diamond Dynasty, Road To the Show or even in ordinary quick match. This feature is available for PlayStation, Xbox and Nintendo Switch if you create an MLB account to save progress on all platforms.
In MLB: The Show has a game collection game called Diamond Dynasty. Players can make a list of their dreams, collecting cards, taking calls and winning other online teams. MLB: Show 22 will also be cross-progress, so the players do not have to worry about the loss of his Diamond Dynasty or MyPlayer team when switching between generations of consoles.
Additional MLB manuals: The Show see the article Who is an athlete with the MLB cover: The Show 22? in professional guidelines for the game.