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Rugby 15: More Screenshots Emerge, Release Date Revealed?

Check out some more screenshots from the upcoming Rugby 15 game from HB Studios and Big Ben Interactive.

Some new screenshots have been released for HB Studios’ Rugby 15, showing off some new details from the highly-anticipated game.

The new screenshots, which appeared on Spanish gaming site Hobby Consolas as well as online gaming store StrafeRight, show some in-game moments from the standard player-perspective, as well as some closer views of the action. This is the second batch of screenshots following the first six released earlier this month.

In some more news, New Zealand gaming retailer EB Games posted a banner showing the game to have a release date of 25 November in the country. South Africa could have a similar release date, with Friday, 28 November, being a likely date given that games are often launched in South Africa on Fridays.

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Ahead of the release of Rugby 15, MenStuff was able to get some hands-on time with the upcoming rugby game at the rAge gaming expo, and we recently got the chance to chat about our opinions of the game with popular rugby gaming Youtuber, TheScottishCannon.

In the interview, we discussed the gameplay innovations of the new title, as well as some of the interesting nuances noticed.

A notable feature was that the real-life player likenesses and names did feature in the game, although the international kits seen were not licensed. It must be noted that the version played was not the final retail version of the game.

Check out our full hands-on preview of Rugby 15.

Rugby 15 is currently in development for PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360, PS Vita and PC, and will be released on 14 November 2014.

The game will be the first next generation Rugby title from the Canadian-based studio, which previously created Rugby World Cup 2011 and Rugby 08.

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