Now here is a nice surprise. Although the retail version of Jonah Lomu Rugby Challenge’s PC version is slated for release on October 21st, its digital version has just been released and is available from Steam. Alternative Software didn’t provide any information about this early release, but those interested can go ahead and purchase it.
Jonah Lomu Rugby Challenge will feature 93 teams and 31 stadia, online multiplayer with support up to 4v4 via Steam, and dynamic presentation that promises to deliver a true on-field rugby experience with enhanced replay angles, lifelike cut-scenes, rich sound, and real-time commentary from seasoned rugby commentators Grant Nisbett and Justin Marshall.
Additionally, Jonah Lomu Rugby Challenge boasts more licenses, players and competitions than any rugby video game in history. Players will experience the ultimate game, including the Aviva Premiership, RaboDirect PRO12 and the Orange Top 14. With all the major European teams included, and the only game to feature the All Blacks and the Wallabies, Jonah Lomu Rugby Challenge offers everything a player needs in both club and international competitions.
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