Konami’s WSBC eBaseball: Energy Execs is out now on Nintendo Swap and PlayStation consoles.
The baseball sequence has hitherto solely been accessible in Japan, however it’s getting a “world debut” and is now accessible for the introductory value of 79p – or $0.99 – with “no extra prices” (though “some areas could also be barely larger than this value on account of digital retailer minimal pricing restrictions”).
Formally licensed by the World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC), the sport options over 300 characters to select from, with whom gamers can “assemble their crew of batters, catchers, and pitchers to compete in on-line matches towards rivals from everywhere in the world”.
The sport additionally helps four-player co-op on each Swap and PS4, and presents “matches with associates or on-line competitions like Championship Mode,” additionally with “rivals from everywhere in the world”.
It is not Konami’s solely foray into sports activities video games, in fact. The launch of eFootball – Konami’s rebranded, well-loved, however less-successful-than-FIFA soccer sim – lives on in infamy, however it’s nonetheless going, having just lately launched Season 2 with The Soccer Pageant that positively wasn’t a World Cup clone underneath a unique title.