Super Mega Baseball 3 ‘What’s New?’ trailer, post-launch updates announced

Import your custom rosters from Super Mega Baseball 2.

Super Mega Baseball 3

Metalhead Software has released a new trailer for Super Mega Baseball 3 introducing the arcade baseball game’s new features.

The “What’s New?” trailer covers the new “Franchise” mode, upgrades to existing modes, new content and customization options, and more.

Metalhead Software also announced that it has been collecting community feedback since the game’s initial announcement and has begun working on some of the most highly requested features to be released as free post-launch updates. The first of those is the Super Mega Baseball 2 Team Import tool, which will allow users to import their custom rosters from Super Mega Baseball 2 into Super Mega Baseball 3.

“We know our users have spent a ton of time building their own leagues in Super Mega Baseball 2,” said Metalhead Software co-founder Scott Drader in a press release. “We’re working on a way to transfer that hard work over to the new game so you can pick up where you left off.”

A “major online gameplay feature” is also in development and will be announced prior to launch.

Super Mega Baseball 3 is due out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC via Steam in April for $44.99. Metalhead Software noted the industry-wide changes due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic have led to some logistical delays in game releases, and said that while it is not ready to announce a change from its current April release window yet, it is optimistic that if there is a delay it will be minor.

Watch the new trailer below.

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