Monday, 14 September 2015

‘Rugby Challenge 3’ Release Date Happening This Holiday Season? Game’s FanHub Beta Now Available

Rugby Challenge 3 

The "Rugby Challenge 3" release date may be released during holiday season this year.
It was previously reported that the "Rugby Challenge 3" release date will be in the final quarter of 2015. The game, which is being developed by Aussie studio Wicked Witch Software, will be published for PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One.

The "Rugby Challenge 3" release date could happen on holiday season. December would be the ideal time for video games to be released so that fans could buy it with their bonuses or give it to their gamer loved ones.
"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.
The game will have 11 competitions, which includes Super Rugby, New Zealand's domestic ITM Cup and South Africa's Currie Cup. Rugby Sevens will also be featured.
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 FanHub Beta is now available for free in Steam.
"Create your own super star players, build your own ultimate Rugby team and customize the look of the game with Rugby Challenge 3 - FanHub Beta," the game's description stated.
"Here you can edit your player's appearance, change their attributes to influence their skills and much more."
Players can choose from several team strips such as: Super Rugby, Quad Nations, Euro Nations, Euro Club Championship, ITM Cup, Aviva Premiership Rugby, Bledisloe Cup Series, World Rugby Championship, European Knockout Cup, Pacific Rim Championship, African Nations Cup, South American Shield, Seven-A-Side Championship, International Seven-A-Side Series, Buildcorp National Rugby Championship and the ABSA Currie Cup.