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The Springboks, under official license, will be available in-game in Rugby Challenge 3.

The game, for XBOX One, Xbox 360, PS4, PS3 and PC, and which will also feature the Wallabies, All Blacks, England and other teams under official license, will be released in the final quarter of 2015.

'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,' said Tru Blu managing director Sebastian Giompaolo. 'We are excited with the evolution of the new generation of consoles pushing graphics into a stunning new zone. The new consoles complement Rugby Challenge 3 perfectly.'

The Rugby Challenge 3 feature list was driven by the fans of Rugby Challenge 2 and includes:

  • NEW! Rugby sevens. This first-time addition brings all the realism and fast-paced action of live seven-a-side rugby to the Rugby Challenge series.
  • NEW! Take total control in Be a Pro mode. Join a club team as a rookie and control your own destiny over 13 action-packed seasons. Complete match goals to improve your skills as a player and work towards becoming the captain of your club. Work your way up the domestic ladder, and impress selectors to play for your national team on the world stage!
  • NEW! FanHub, the interactive Player Creator, allows you to create yourself as a player and play then through the ranks. Players and teams can be shared online across all supported platforms.
  • BRAND NEW! Crisp next-generation graphics; increased resolution and textures.
  • Real-time commentary from seasoned rugby commentators Grant Nisbett and Justin Marshall.
  • Play in different game modes including: single match; multi-team competition; extensive multi-year Career Mode; Be a Pro Mode; and Online Multiplayer Mode.
  • Play over 11 competitions including the all new Super Rugby, ITM Cup and Currie Cup!

The Rugby Challenge 3 – FanHub, an integral part of the game, is available now as a free download from Steam so the community can get started in unleashing their creativity.

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Simon Borchardt