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All Blacks Rugby Challenge 3 trailer kicks out

06 Apr 16

Tru Blu has released an all-new trailer for All Blacks Rugby Challenge 3 showcasing for the first time its graphics and gameplay. 

All Blacks Rugby Challenge 3 will be released in New Zealand retailers on April 14th, 2016. It will be available for the PS4, PS3, Xbox One and Xbox 360 consoles. No PC version has been announced thus far. 

All Blacks Rugby Challenge 3 adds several new licences this time around. Not to mention it's the first game to ever feature the Sevens Tournament as well. 

Check out the gameplay trailer below to see how the game has improved over its predecessors. 

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