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Wednesday, 05 October 2011 09:17

Infinity Blade 2 confirmed for December 1st

Written by David Stellmack
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Already made $20 million on the first installment
Epic confirmed today during Apple’s iPhone 4S launch that the sequel to Infinity Blade (which will be called Infinity Blade 2) will be coming to iOS on December 1st. For best performance and for the best visuals you will have to have the latest iPhone 4S. However, it will run on other iOS models.

The official confirmation of a sequel for Infinity Blade actually comes as no surprise, as Epic generated over 20 million in revenue on the first installment. From the demo footage shown, it will be much more than the previous version, and if you have the 4S it surely does look impressive.


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