Big Ant Studios and Tru Blu Entertainment have announced Rugby League Live 2 is in development. It will contain teams and leagues from the NRL, Super League, Cooperative Championships, NSW and QLD cups, Toyota Cup, as well as Australian, English and New Zealander international championships. It will also hots a new tracking system, refined gameply moves, and custom teams and players. Users can also play competitive and co-operative multiplayer matches with up to eight players online and there’s a ten-year career mode, and a new experience system as well. It will release later this year on PS3 and Xbox 360. Thanks, Gamespot AU.
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