Following the in-depth interview from Rugby 15 producer Peter Garcin, some new screenshots have been released for the upcoming rugby game, showing off a what appears to be a further or completely-developed version of the game.
The new screenshots show some in-game moments from the standard player-perspective, which is nice to see as it gives an idea of what the game will actually look like when playing.
The screenshots don’t give too much away, but we do get to see the set-up and control layout for a number of set-pieces in the game, including a lineout and scrum, as well as a ruck and a shot of open running-play.
The teams featured are also from the Pro 12 league which has also been announced as a licensed competition. The teams shown include Treviso, Cardiff, Munster, andEdinburgh.
According to South African distributor of Big Ben Interactive titles, Apex Interactive, Rugby 15 will also be featured and playable at the rAge Expo taking place from 10-12 October at the Coca-Cola Dome in Johannesburg.
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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