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Friday, 19 October 2012 08:52

Delay hits Infinity Blade Dungeons

Written by David Stellmack

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The iOS title will not arrive till next year

If you are an iOS owner who has been waiting for the dungeon crawling action-RPG title better known as Infinity Blade Dungeons, you are going to have to wait a bit longer. In fact, a lot longer, as Epic has confirmed that the title is delayed till some point next year.

Apparently, part of the delay is due in part to the new studio that it has opened which features developers from Big Huge Games (that was owned by 38 Studios). The new studio, called Impossible Studios, has apparently been busy adding a number of great ideas to the title and that has slowed the process of getting the title out the door a little. The good news is that the title will be better for all of the additions.

The extra time in development is being well spent, and it is going to yield a much better game, which is a good thing.

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