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All Blacks Rugby Challenge 3 tackling to stores this April

16 Mar 16

Rugby fans will be excited to know that the official release date for All Black Rugby Challenge 3 has now been revealed. 

The game was originally going to be out last year during the World Cup, but sadly it had to be delayed. Now the game will be tackling to store shelves on April 14th, 2016. It will land on the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One and Xbox 360. 

The game includes four of the best teams in the world. You can play as the officially licensed teams of the All Blacks, the Wallabies and now you can also be England and South Africa. 

Rugby Challenge 3 is not just about the international teams as the Rugby Sevens and Super Rugby competitions are also included. This is the first time that the Sevens tournament will be in a video game. 

Commentary will be provided by former All Black Justin Marshall alongside Grant Nisbett. There is even a French language option with commentary done by Eric Bayle and Thomas Lombart.

If you are a huge Rugby fan, bookmark your calendars for April 14th, 2016!  

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