Infinity Blade is Epic and Chair’s groundbreaking game for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. The graphics were the first thing that amazed audiences. The Unreal Engine 3 technology that powers Infinity Blade was unlike anything else ever seen on an iDevice. If you need proof, download the Epic Citadel app for free from the App Store. For all the true believers out there, Infinity Blade in its entirety will be released on December 9, 2010 for $5.99.
Infinity Blade will start off as a single-player game, but a future update will add multiplayer support through Game Center. Infinity Blade will take place within the confines of the world seen in Epic Citadel. This action RPG will have a couple control options for engaging in combat. You’ll be able to use either swiping gestures, or by interacting with commands on the screen.
Chair is responsible for the XBLA hit Shadow Complex. Shadow Complex took direct inspiration from Super Metroid by leaving some areas inaccessible until you acquire a new power.
Infinity Blade won’t be compatible with all iDevices. The game will only support the iPad, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, and third and fourth generation iPod Touches.