MLB The Show 22 introduced a new feature called Supercharged, where players will get their Live Series cards boosted in Diamond Dynasty after an outstanding performance. Here’s everything you need to know about it, including how to make stubs out of those temporary boosts.
This year’s MLB The Show has added a host of new features to Diamond Dynasty to make the card collection mode more exciting than ever.
developer San Diego Studio unveiled a new feature for Live Series cards called Supercharged, which honors real-world achievements and legendary moments for MLB players.
Let’s look at how they work and how you can benefit from them.
A Supercharged card is a Live Series card that gains a temporary 48-hour buff after a remarkable performance. Pictured above is Supercharged Arizona Diamondback left fielder Seth Beer whose card has a green, electric edge after hitting a three-run walk-off home run on Opening Day to win the game.
These short-term buffs are absolutely massive, turning low-end players into superstars overnight. While the buffs are temporary, there are ways to benefit stubs from these Supercharged cards in Diamond Dynasty.
Monitoring of daily loaded cards can help you do tons of stubs in MLB The Show 22. Take Bobby Witt Jr., for example, the highly acclaimed Kansas City Royals contender made his MLB debut on April 7 and landed his first hit.
San Diego Studio immediately charged up his Live Series card, catapulting him from 71 to 90 overall. His price on the Community Market skyrocketed overnight, taking his Buy It Now price from around 900 stubs to over 2,400 stubs.
If you flip him within that time window, you’d easily gain 1,500 stubs just by paying attention to the fact that he had a solid performance.
If you missed Bobby Witt Jr.’s debut, that’s okay, as there will be countless ways to flip cards in the market.
To keep up with every Supercharged player, follow the MLB The Show 22’s official twitter account since they revealed the boosted cards.
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