Infinity Blade II for iOS starts hitting the App Stores around the world

One of the most anticipated game for iOS for this year developed by Chair Entertainment Group, Infinity Blade 2 has finally started to hit the App Stores around the world. The game is now available in New Zealand store and will hit other App Stores on 1st December. It costs $9.99 in New Zealand App Store, that means that it will be available in the US store for $6.99. The game has been especially optimized for iPhone 4S and iPad 2 that runs on higher resolution graphics to take advantage of their higher visual capabilities.

Infinity Blade II is the second version of popular Infinity Blade game and features the most beautiful and high quality graphics that you cannot find in any other mobile game. Infinity Blade II just like its predecessor is powered by Epic’s Unreal Engine 3 technology and brings new weapons, stunning visuals, new combat styles, advanced character customizations, and much more.

Infinity Blade II continues the story of the original Infinity Blade that takes place in a dynamic 3D world. Infinity Blade II comes with full iCloud support and HDMI output so that you can enjoy the game on larger screen.

Infinity Blade II is a universal app and runs on iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPad, iPad 2, iPod touch 3G, and iPod touch 4G.

You can download Infinity Blade II for iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad from the App Store here (New Zealand). We will let you know as soon as the game hits the US store.

Update: It is now available worldwide. US App Store

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