My"I have lost yet another damn Showdown, here is how I'd fix it" PostLook, I love the concept of Showdown along with MLB 21 the show stubs the progression system of the mode. All while making rewards (XP, Stubs, Packs, etc.). However, I just failed what's likely my 25th tried Showdown (1-24 for anybody inquiring ) and I can not help but wonder why this manner is so hard for me.
Several other before me (and likely after me) will suffer failure after failure in Showdown and since Showdowns are using a good chunk of Featured Program stars, they are something you should probably finish each moment. But, I humbly offer a suggestion to SDS in the hopes that It Might Be considered at any point (possibly in the present variant of the game if possible or to get a future entry in the series):
Rather than increasing difficulty automatically though the Showdown minutes (Rookie, Veteran, All-Star, Hall of Fame), provide the player the ability to place one problem for the whole Showdown.Depending on the difficulty selected by the participant, adjust the number of rewards available to make if you finish the total Showdown. (Program Stars, XP, Stubs, Packs, etc ).Include exactly the exact same type of'Dynamic' difficulty in this fresh Showdown manner like you added to the March to October style. Again, rewards would adapt based on the last difficulty.
If anyone has any additional ideas or buy MLB The Show 21 Stubs opinions, I would love to hear them.Background on meI would consider myself a casual Show participant who plays a couple of hours each night 3-4 days each week. I've been a lover of The Show for so long as it's been around and I really like that they always seem to boost something every year. I can only expect this new game style will find a touch up until it's Sophomore entrance in MLB The Show 21.