Update: It's official, Sony is publishing a game on the Xbox, with MLB The Show 21 coming to the Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and Xbox One in April. This isn't massively shocking as it was previously announced that the series was going multi-platform (see the original story below), but where's the Switch version?

Nintendo responded via its official Twitter account to the 2019 announcement regarding the future of the franchise, but there's been no word on when MLB The Show is coming to Nintendo's console. As you can see, the console's name isn't present in the trailer above.

Could Nintendo be 'saving' this one for a Direct broadcast? Let us know by posting your thoughts below.

Original Story [Tue 10th Dec, 2019 03:05 GMT]: Baseball fans who don't own a PlayStation will be pleased to hear the long-running sports series MLB The Show is no longer exclusive to Sony's hardware.

Today, Major League Baseball (MLB), the Major League Baseball Players Association, Sony Interactive Entertainment, and San Diego Studio announced multi-year extensions to continue the development of the officially licensed video game.

Alongside this, was the reveal the long-running franchise would also be coming to "additional console platforms beyond PlayStation" as early as 2021. More information will be revealed at a later date.

Nintendo of America even retweeted the news to show its excitement:

Tell us below if you would like to play this series on the Nintendo Switch.

[source mlb.com]