Regrettably, we must be the The show 18 stubs bearers of bad news this time round and tell you that's just not likely to happen. Therefore, just as is true with other first-party names on all systems, MLB: The Display 18 will launch exclusively on the PS4.
The even worse thing for Xbox One fans will be that MLB: The Show does not seem like it'll be hitting Microsoft's system anytime soon, unless, of course, the series has a surprising change of programmer outside of Sony's first-party studios. Here's hoping that Microsoft admits its Major League Baseball title to compete with MLB: The Show sometime shortly and to offer Xbox One fans a piece of this baseball action.
The new presentation elements are excellent and will also make me despise everything forever
Baseball is at kind of a weird spot right now. The hot stove has hardly flickered, the MLB the show stubs biggest transaction being Giancarlo Stanton's (admittedly massive) move to the New York Yankees. Otherwise marquee free agents such as Yu Darvish remain on the sidelines. But we could happily continue to rely on the excellence of Sony San Diego's MLB The Display, that will once more be trotting out into the mound this March.