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Xbox and PlayStation players can now for a chance to participate in a Tech Test for MLB The Show 21, which will take place later this month.
If you want to check out the game a bit early, you can sign up for a chance to participate in a Tech Test that will be held from February 23 at 10 AM PT to March 1 at 10 AM PT. If you are selected, you will receive a notification on whichever console you signed up for. Players will be able to download the Tech Test before the servers go live, so you can prepare in advance if need be. To do so, you simply have to consent to the Tech Test Agreement and connect either your PSN or Xbox account.
The Test itself will feature four game modes you can experiment with: (Diamond Dynasty) vs CPU, (Diamond Dynasty) Events, (Diamond Dynasty) Casual, (Diamond Dynasty) Play with Friends; Battle Royale. But don’t get too used to what you find while playing these modes. None of your items, stats, or progress will transfer over if you get the game at launch. The player attributes you encounter while playing in the Tech Test will also not be the final versions we’ll see in the release version.