The latest rugby league video game, Rugby League Live 2, is due to be released in the UK on November 16th.
Check out the screenshots below.
Dynamic Tackling System: Fend and break tackle your way past multiple defenders.
Create, Customise and Share: Players and teams in the fully featured “Footy Factory”.
Massive 10-Year Career Mode: Sign sponsors, hire top-flight coaching staff, negotiate player contracts and set player training programs, to build the ultimate team.
Competitive or Co-operative: Multiplayer matches, with up to 8 players (4 aside) online.
Experience System: Earn badges and experience both online and off, to rise to the top of the leader-boards.
Tactical Passing: Perform defensive or attacking passes to best exploit your opponents.
Strategic Defense: Set up to increase the likelihood of one, two or three-man, tackles!
Spectacular High Ball Catching: Soar high to catch or tap the ball to fellow teammates.
Superb detail: Includes dynamic pitch wear and tear; grass wears away in areas of action. Unique mud and sweat; players accumulate mud on their bodies specifically where they hit the ground. Players even show sweat based on their individual exertion levels
Double-Barrelled Experts: Commentary from Andrew Voss and Phil ‘Gus’ Gould.
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