Rugby Challenge 3 now available on Xbox One
Did you imagine yourself as a sports pro when you were watching sports events as a kid? How you would outsmart all your opponents, pierce through their defense and score the perfect try? Years have passed and you still have that image in your head. But you can make your dream come true with Rugby Challenge 3, now available on Xbox One.
The game brings the realism and fast-paced action of seven a side Rugby. Train hard and don’t be afraid to show off your skills on the field. You will start as a rookie and you have the chance to finish as a pro after 13 seasons. You can control your own destiny, your progress depends entirely on you.
You can also choose how you look. The interactive player creator allows you to create yourself as a player and advance through the ranks. You can choose a white T-shirt but remember that black is the color that scares your opponents. You can also custom players and teams with new tattoos that are shared online across all platforms.
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If you want to know how you are doing, listen to Grant Nisbett and Justin Marshall’s commentary. French commentary are provided by Eric Bayle and Thomas Lombard. These guys will give you sincere, sharp feedback.
Several game modes are available including Single Match, Multi-team, Competition, extensive multi-year Career Mode, Be a Pro Mode, and Online. Choose whichever you want. Select the Be a Pro Mode if you are at the beginning or dive head first in the online mode if you already have the necessary skills.
Over eleven competitions are available, such as: the Super Rugby, ITM Cup, and Currie Cup. Download Rugby Challenge 3 on your Xbox One from the Xbox Store for $59.99.
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