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Monday, May 16, 2022

Update Coming to Power Pro 2022 This Week

A free update is coming to eBaseball Powerful Pro Baseball this week that will bring a new “attraction” to the title’s latest feature, Power Park. The update is set to go live on Thursday, May 19. The new addition to Power Park is called Powerful Royale, which allows players to build teams with created players. Users will take their squads through a 64 team tournament in an effort to be number one. The games themselves will be laid out as missions, giving players keys events in games to overcome. This marks the second addition to Power Park. The third and final addition, Powerful Colosseum, still has not received a release date. 

On top of the addition to Power Park, Konami isadding a number of different players as well as updating players that are already included. The current Chicago Cubs outfielder, Seiya Suzuki, has also been added as special player that you can "purchase" in-game in a similar way to Ichiro when the game released. You can find a list of all of the players at the bottom of the article. 

For more on eBaseball Power Pro Baseball 2022, check out our written review here or the video below. Also be sure to check out our English Guide for the game here

Added Players - Central League
Yuta Watanabe (Hanshin Tigers)
Matt Shoemaker (Yomiuri Giants)
Takuya Kawahara (Yomiuri Giants)
Kenshin Hotta (Yomiuri Giants)
Riku Masuda (Yomiuri Giants)
Michael Peoples (DeNA Baystars)

Added Players - Pacific League
Kenta Onuma (Lotte Marines)
Shoma Sato (Lotte Marines)
Tayron Guerrero (Lotte Marines)
Shinri Komine (Rakuten Eagles)
Freddy Galvis (Softbank Hawks)
Koya Fujii (Softbank Hawks)
Yuri Furukawa (Nippon Ham Fighters)
Burch Smith (Seibu Lions)

Source: 4gamer

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