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Rugby 22: finally gameplay, and an official date


Nacon’s new simulation game is revealed in a gameplay video. You will be able to find the Top 14, the Pro D2 and a dozen official nations from January 22.

After having teased its content and in particular the official selections present in this edition (including the Wallabies and the All Blacks), Nacon’s new simulation game unveils a first official gameplay video presenting the improved AI, the new suits and the beautiful La Poste referees jersey.

  • Optimization of in-game controls
  • Redesigned for an even more responsive and intuitive playing experience, Rugby 22 incorporates a new control system to play touches, rucks and mauls like a true oval ball professional!

  • Improved AI behavior
  • For an ever more enjoyable simulation experience to play, the AI ​​has been optimized by the EKO Software teams in order to adapt even better to the tactical choices of the players. Your players will position and react more realistically, while your opponents will make smarter choices.

  • A new, more complex difficulty mode
  • Finally, a new difficulty mode has been added to offer players a more solid opposition and a more difficult challenge once the game is well mastered.

In addition, the publisher reveals a new release date of Rugby 22, a week closer than the one we had so far. It will be necessary to wait until January 22 to play it on Xbox Series, PS5, PS4, Xbox One and PC.

Nacon also confirms the presence of the leagues (and their clubs) of Top 14, Pro D2 and United Rugby Championship in addition to the 10 national selections previously unveiled.

No trace of Jonah Lomu, sniff.

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