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R.B.I. Baseball 20 to feature revamped batting/fielding, cool pre-order bonus

Well, the weather's getting nicer, snow is starting to melt, and we're all really looking forward to moving our clocks an hour ahead. But that also means that we're getting a new R.B.I. Baseball game!

Like with every iteration of the game, the development team behind the game look to improve upon every aspect, and 2020 is no different. First, a brand-new control method comes into play for pitching, batting, and base running. Other improvements include camera angles, player models, and "more features" to be added in the future.

Additionally, if you pre-order your game at GameStop, you'll get one of five nifty-looking SqueezyMate figures - perfect for getting that stress out after losing an online match!

Looks like we'll have a lot to look forward to as R.B.I. Baseball slides into your home on March 20th.


Per MLB Press Release:

We know R.B.I. Baseball 20 is coming in March. We know the cover athlete is Christian Yelich. Fans have been itching for more info – features, Canada cover athlete, whatever they can get their hands on.

R.B.I. Baseball is back with brand new batting, pitching, and base running controls, massive player improvements, more authenticity, an all-new broadcast-style pitching camera, and all your favorite game modes – Franchise, Exhibition, Online Multiplayer, and Home Run Derby. The excitement does not stop there – more features will be released in the coming weeks, so be on the lookout! For now, here is a first look at some gameplay screenshots for R.B.I. 20!

Pre-orders are now live for R.B.I. Baseball 20 – this time with more exclusive gifts with purchase! Fans who pre-order through GameStop get one Christian Yelich (MIL), Walker Buehler (LAD), Pete Alonso (NYM), or another MLB SqueezyMate at random while supplies last.

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