MLB 9 Innings opens new season

Source
Com2uS
Date
4/1/2024
Summary
The mobile game MLB 9 Innings launched its 2024 season today.

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From Com2uS:

MLB 9 Innings 24 features Los Angeles Angels slugger Mike Trout, Chicago Cubs outfielder Seiya Suzuki, and iconic outfielder Ken Griffey Jr. as featured athletes.

Celebrate the start of a new season with the 888 Event, in which players can complete in-game missions to claim a total of 800 Premium Player Packs and an additional 88 packs featuring a Signature Pack and Team Selective Diamond Pack. Plus, from March 28 to April 30, all users will receive a special gift bundle. Simply log in to the game to choose four free items from among the game's most popular items, including Live Diamond Wish Player Pack, Vintage Ultimate Pack, and Signature Pack.

This year’s update builds atop a legacy of excellence with more players added to Historic Player packs, including Hall of Fame inductee Mariano Rivera; two-time World Series MVP Bob Gibson; and Joe Morgan, who led the Cincinnati Reds to two World Series championships. Throughout the entire season, players will have the chance to recruit all five new legends by earning points through gameplay and exchanging those for Team Selective Diamond Packs, Premium Skill Change Tickets, and more.

MLB 9 Innings 24 captures the essence and intensity of the 2024 MLB season with true-to-life player statistics, uniforms, stadiums, and schedules. The City Connect uniforms from six teams, including the Atlanta Braves and Texas Rangers, bring fans closer to each team’s identity and unique history.

“The graphical fidelity and rich gameplay of MLB 9 Innings takes baseball fans closer to the sport they love, and this year’s update takes that to another level with more legends of the sport and City Connect uniforms,” said Jihoon Han, Head of Game Business Group, "We hope players will enjoy the true fun of baseball in MLB 9 Innings 24 with historical heroes.”





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