The second update of 2024 has arrived. This update brings significant changes to the Season Pass, so let's get down to the nitty-gritty.
1. Season Pass 2.0
Baseball Clash’s Season Pass has undergone a major revamp after four years! What actually changed?
Easier to progress:
- Now, each tier is cleared with every 3 scores instead of the previous 7.
- Additionally, there will be 3 extra score points for every daily mission to make it easier to clear the Season Pass.
- Season uniform and emoji will be obtainable quicker, positioned at tier 4 and 18, respectively.
We have increased the number of Season Pass tiers from 28 tiers to a maximum of 100 tiers, meaning a load of new rewards to be claimed. Besides that, exclusive rewards for Platinum Pass are added as well.
You can now claim the additional Season bonus chest after reaching 70 tiers. Overall, the Season Pass user interface has undergone an update and is now completely changed.
2. New Season Love & Batters
In celebration of Valentine's Day, February’s season revolves around both full and broken hearts. Pick a side or strike them out in the Love & Batters season.
Wait! Is there a subtle spark between Shotaro and Rosa?! Don't miss out on the limited February season uniform, Heartbreakers, and the 'Willie Wink' emoji!
3. New Character Tom
February also introduces a new legendary infielder, Tom. Believe it or not, this absolute unit of a man used to be quite scrawny. He successfully bulked up and became one of the most powerful players in the Baseball Clash roster. When it’s his turn to bat, his power immediately goes up in exchange for a drop in speed. But who needs speed when you knock it out of the ball park?
Let us know about the powerful feats you achieved with his skills!
4. Mardi Gras Player Event
As usual, a monthly player event is set to take place, this time celebrating the Mardi Gras festival. Do your best costume and complete missions to acquire the Epic catcher, Murray!
5. In-game Pitcher Camera Improvement
The default view during pitching will undergo an important change.
Right-handed pitchers (like Roger, left screenshot above) will be positioned to the left, while left-handed pitchers (like Wade, right screenshot above) will be on the right.
This improvement addresses reported issues where the batter or the flying ball is not visible due to obstruction by the pitcher. (This change aims to mimic an actual baseball broadcast!)
Additionally, some minor bug fixes and improvements are included in this update.
Lastly, we have taken note of concerns and negative feedback from users regarding the recently released Fernandez. As a result, we are currently reviewing tweaks to Fernandez character and effect.
We will always listen and value your insights.
Let's play ball!