The "Rugby Challenge 3" release date has been announced.
Tru Blu Entertainment has confirmed that the "Rugby Challenge 3" release date will be in the final quarter of 2015 for PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. "Rugby Challenge 3" is currently being developed by Aussie studio Wicked Witch Software.
IGN reported that the game will feature 11 competitions, which includes Super Rugby, New Zealand's domestic ITM Cup and South Africa's Currie Cup. Rugby Sevens will also be featured.
"Rugby Challenge 3" will feature Rugby powerhouse teams under official license such as the Springboks, Wallabies, All Blacks and England, among others. A new addition to the game is the Be a Pro mode which will allow players to join a club team as a rookie and work on their career for over 13 seasons.
"'Rugby Challenge 3' builds on the success of previous games to take the franchise to a new level with the best of the best Rugby Unions," Tru Blu managing director Sebastian Giompaolo said. "We are excited with the evolution of the new generation of consoles pushing graphics into a stunning new zone. The new consoles compliment 'Rugby Challenge 3' perfectly."
The upcoming game will also feature a user-generated content tool, named the FanHub. It allows players to create custom players and teams which can be shared online in all supported platforms. The "Rugby Challenge 3" FanHub is now available for free in Steam.
Different game modes include Single Match, multi-team Competition, extensive multi-year Career Mode, Be a Pro Mode and Online Multiplayer Mode. "Rugby Challenge 3" has crisp next-gen graphics as well as increased resolution and textures.
Commentary will be voiced by seasoned Rugby commentators Grant Nisbett and Justin Marshall, who was previously a player from All Blacks. French language commentary will be by Eric Bayle and Thomas Lombard.
The "Rugby Challenge 3" release date is slated between October and December this year.