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Rugby Challenge 2 Gets Release Date

Carl Phillips
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Rugby Challenge 2 Gets Release DatePrepare To Scrum-ble From June 13th

Just a quick post to let you know that Rugby Challenge 2: The Lions Tour Edition has been given a release date of June 13th for Xbox 360, Playstation 3 and PC. Although its predecessor failed to find its footing its peers in the genre, Tru Blu Games and Home Entertainment promise “myriad new features, improvements and fresh content.” We’ve got the list of changes for your consideration after the jump.

The features and content of Rugby Challenge 2: The Lions Tour Edition include:

•       Play in Single Match Mode, multi-team Competition Mode, a vastly expanded multi-year Career Mode, Tutorial Mode, or compete in online multiplayer with support up to 4v4 via PlayStation®Network, Xbox LIVE®, or Steam

•       Refined and expanded gameplay with the addition of quick taps, quick lineouts, mauls from lineouts, interceptions, contesting ball at the breakdown, removing players from the ruck, number 8 scrum pickups, and dynamic in game team strategies on both attack and defence

•       110+ teams and 50+ stadia from around the world featured including official team, competition, and special match licenses for the All Blacks, the Qantas Wallabies, the USA Eagles, Bledisloe Cup, British and Irish Lions 2013 Tour of Australia, Barbarians FC, Combined Country, Super Rugby teams, Aviva Premiership Rugby, TOP 14 Orange, Pro D2, RaboDirect PRO12, ITM Cup, and Ranfurly Shield

•       More options to create or customise players, teams, and competitions, and change game rules and behaviour to shape the game to play how you want and keep the game fresh year after year

•       Revamped sound and commentary systems, with real-time commentary from seasoned rugby commentators Grant Nisbett and former All Black turned commentator Justin Marshall, and French language commentary from Eric Bayle and Thomas Lombard.

For more information you can head over to the official website.

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