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Rugby World Cup 2015 Release Date Revealed

The Rugby World cup  2015 game is lining up to tackle our consoles and PCs later this year, and we believe the game will release on   4th September 2015.

This was recently Posted on local online retailer called Raju an South African website , the game is said to be launching on 4 September 2015, which would coincide with the opening of the tournament being held in England later this year.


Furthermore, there are some new features coming to the game. Here they are below:

Overall, gamers want an experience close to watching a rugby match on TV.

We bring them:
Actual Rugby World Cup rules
Official content: rugby teams and players from the best teams in the World
Full, official statistics from OPTA: individual players, teams, match stats…
Local multiplayer for up to 4 players

Improvements over Rugby 15:
Game play – New dedicated tutorial mode
Refined specific sequences: mauls, rucks, lineouts… Tips to help players
Graphics – More fluid player movements, More stadiums
Audience waving flags
Artificial Intelligence – More realistic AI positioning

The World Cup Experience:
Official kits, players and jerseys from the most important teams in the rugby world
The game’s World Cup mode allows the player to jump in at any key moment of the RWC
Teams’ cinematic introduction before a game starts
Teams’ hymns before and during games
Cinematic outro (eg. Your team winning the Webb Ellis cup)

Rugby World Cup 2015 won’t be Bigben’s first stab at bringing the ever-growing sport of rugby to consoles, given that they’ve already put out Rugby 2015 last year. If you have played Rugby 15 you would of noticed there was a obviously lack of cash, or time, to develop the title to its full potential. Better visuals and a control system that acts a little more refined would have gone long way. Big ben Interactive is starting to understand the great game but have failed to polish Rugby 2105 so being a welsh man i have hope for their new game to be a true rugby experience.

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