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MLB: The Show 22 is out now and players are experiencing some issues with the servers. MLB: The Show is coming to Nintendo Switch for the first time, offering crossplay across all consoles. With so many ways to play, server problems are inevitable.
To fix MLB: The Show Unhandled Server Exception, first unplug your router and reset your console, leaving both powered off for 30 seconds. If the problem persists, check MLB: The Show 22 server status at Down Detector or visit the official social media for San Diego Studios and MLB: The Show.
If the servers aren’t down, you may need to clear the game cache and if that doesn’t solve the problem, uninstall and reinstall the game. Some players have experienced server issues due to the console time and date settings being changed or not updated. Reinstalling the game seems like the safest solution, but it will take some time.
MLB: The Show 22 server issues are affecting players’ XP, rewards, save files, and online play. Server issues should be fixed over time, but many game modes use cloud saves, so servers should be fixed quickly.
For more MLB: The Show guides, see How to change batting and throwing difficulties in MLB: The Show 22
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