But EA could be hesitant to jump back into baseball for a few reasons. At this point, there's no way the company -- or anybody else -- would be able to develop a simulation title and have it ready for release by next March. And trying to take on Sony's well-regarded MLB The Show series, which is entrenched with a vast majority of the market share on PS3, might be more than the publisher can handle -- especially when it's already trying to do just that with its revival of NBA Live, which will compete with the juggernaut that is NBA 2K this fall. Finally, EA may not want to make a major investment in a new property with next-generation consoles just around the corner.
In the meantime, it doesn't look like a simulation baseball game will be available in 2013 anywhere except on the PlayStation 3 and the Vita.
EA Sports' Andrew Wilson talks UFC, MLB [ESPN via Pastapadre]
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