First announced last week, Chair Entertainment’s incredible hack-and-slash game Infinity Blade III has received a massive update today, adding 3 new quests, 9 new enemies, new modes, skills, goals, potions, gems, and more to an already feature-packed game.
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It’s not just the incredible graphics and great gameplay that keeps people coming back to Chair Entertainment’s Infinity Blade games, it’s the constant updates, and hot on the heels of the announcement of a weird Keanu Reeves-centric game event comes word of a big new update.
Coming on December 19th, the ‘Ausar Rising’ update will explore the origins of the Infinity Blade protagonist, as well as allow you to revisit the original Infinity Blade castle.
Keanu Reeves is coming to Infinity Blade III. Confused yet? So were we. But it’s all part of a special in-game event that will be used to promote Reeves’ new samurai film, 47 Ronin.
If you love Epic’s trilogy-concluding game of immortal swordsmanship, Infinity Blade III, things are getting better. As is their wont, Epic has opted to release a massive 1.1 Infinity Blade III update that adds a huge number of improvements, as well as new content including a new location and an enemy, the fearful Deathless Bloodmage.
When Apple unveiled the iPhone 5s on September 10th, they invited Epic Games to come on stage to show off Infinity Blade III under the notion that only the iPhone 5s’s 64-bit processor could render the game as it was meant to be seen.
What was so bizarre about that was when the game shipped on September 18th alongside iOS 7, it didn’t make use of the 64-bit A7 processor at all. It was a week later when the game was first updated to support the iPhone 5s. Now it’s gotten another support to further take advantage of the A7 processor.
September 17th sure has turned into a gamers delight. Not only did highly-anticipated Grand Theft Auto V launch today on consoles as well as two companion iOS apps, but the biggest iOS game of the year is available an hour before midnight too.
Chair’s final piece of the Infinity Blade III trilogy is available a few hours ahead of the iOS 7 launch. You can grab Infinity Blade III from the App Store now for $6.99. The game is compatible with the new iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPad 4, iPAd 3, iPad 2, iPad Mini, iPod touch 5 and iPod touch 4.
We’ll have our full review on the game coming shortly, so stay tuned for more coverage. In the meantime, get to downloading. You only have about 10 more hours to play before iOS 7 drops too.
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Remember that amazing trailer that Apple introduced on stage yesterday to show of its new iPhone 5s? It was Infinity Blade III, what Epic Games’ Donald Mustard called, “The conclusion of the epic Infinity Blade trilogy.”
If anything, the trailer below shows off just how amazing mobile gaming can look like. Just like the last two entries in the franchise, Infinity Blade III is pushing the envelope on environment size as well as visual and gaming performance. Here’s the video to feast your eyes on.
Apple brought Donald Mustard, co-founder of ChAIR entertainment, up on stage today at the iPhone keynote in Cupertino. Mustard talked about the incredible performance of the new 64-bit A7 chip, saying the new iPhone 5s was five times as fast as the original iPhone 5.
The demo onstage was reported by live-bloggers as stutter-free and gorgeous. Mustard said that the conclusion to the Infinity Blade Trilogy, Infinity Blade III, has huge areas to explore, each one larger than the original size of the entire original Infinity Blade game itself.
Infinity Blade III will be available alongside the iPhone 5s when it releases. Last year’s game got canned, so hopefully it actually ships this time.
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