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The first trailer for MLB 14: The Show on PS4 shows off next-gen improvements to stadium, lighting, grass, and most important of all: baseball star facial hair.

Hollywoodians? Old Dutches? Rap Industry Standards? Soul Patches? Goatees? You name a beard, this trailer’s (probably) got it. The future is here, baseball fans, and it’s realistic beard simulation. Beards so real you won’t be able to tell the difference between the MLB 14 Red Sox and their fleshy counterparts.

MLB 14: The Show slides onto PlayStation 4 May 6. Both PS3 and Vita versions launched earlier this month, on April 1, but all three support cross-save functionality, allowing PS4 owners who may have already purchased the game for either of Sony’s other systems to port their progress over to the new one come May.

Look forward to EGM’s review of MLB 14: The Show once the PS4 version drops.

MLB 14: The Show PlayStation 4 trailer brings the next-gen facial hair

By | 04/18/2014 04:00 PM PT

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The first trailer for MLB 14: The Show on PS4 shows off next-gen improvements to stadium, lighting, grass, and most important of all: baseball star facial hair.

Hollywoodians? Old Dutches? Rap Industry Standards? Soul Patches? Goatees? You name a beard, this trailer’s (probably) got it. The future is here, baseball fans, and it’s realistic beard simulation. Beards so real you won’t be able to tell the difference between the MLB 14 Red Sox and their fleshy counterparts.

MLB 14: The Show slides onto PlayStation 4 May 6. Both PS3 and Vita versions launched earlier this month, on April 1, but all three support cross-save functionality, allowing PS4 owners who may have already purchased the game for either of Sony’s other systems to port their progress over to the new one come May.

Look forward to EGM’s review of MLB 14: The Show once the PS4 version drops.

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