The second instalment of RPG-cum-sword-slashing-actioner Infinity Blade made its debut at Apple’s iPhone 4S launch.
Check out Infinity Blade 2 for yourself in the clip below
Set to land December 1st, the imaginatively titled Infinity Blade 2 looked suitably slick – in keeping with a title that has been developed to showcase the iPhone 4S's graphical capabilities, which are claimed to be some seven times better than the current-gen Apple smartphone.
The follow-up to Epic Games' $20m-grossing original will attempt to add depth to the gameplay with all-new online multiplayer modes, as well as extra weapons and “hundreds and hundreds” of items to seek and try out. Periodic updates for the title are also scheduled.
Jeremy Mustard, technical director and co-founder of Chair Entertainment, said: "The player will explore many different environments in this game, You’ll see some stuff that looks familiar, but the castle in this game is very different. We’ll also be exploring environments in a more Asian-themed landscape.
“With each environment, we wanted to create these water cooler moments — these areas where players can look back and converse about that battle that took place in front of that huge tower or by that really cool clock. There’s always something in the environment that will keep your focus and lead you through the level.”
Pricing has yet to be announced. However, if the first instalment is anything to go by, we expect it to be in the region of £5.99.