Infinity Blade 3 Reborn first details

Just moments ago, ChAIR took the stage during Apple’s iPhone press event to announce Infinity Blade 3!

Due for release on September 18th exclusively on the App Store, Infinity Blade III utilises the iPhone 5S’s new A7 chip with its 64-bit architecture and OpenGL ES 3.0 features, to ‘once again completely redefine the boundaries of mobile gaming’.

“It’s been amazing to see the continued success of Infinity Blade and to have the ability to tell a complex story across different mediums, using a single device we take wherever we go,” said Donald Mustard, co-founder and creative director at ChAIR. “We’re so proud of Infinity Blade III and feel it not only offers a powerful finale to the series, but also gives mobile gaming another giant push forward.”

Infinity Blade III concludes to the award-winning series with a thrilling story of honor, love, betrayal, and redemption. For the first time in franchise history, gamers play as both legendary hero Siris, and the stealthy female warrior-thief, Isa, each with unique combat styles and hundreds of collectable weapons and items. Another new addition is The Hideout, which serves as the player’s base of operations where they discover the interactive world map and unlock all-new allies to join their cause.

“Infinity Blade III” will be a universal app priced at $6.99 and be compatible with the new iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C, iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPad 4, iPad 3, iPad 2, iPad mini, iPod touch 5, and iPod touch 4.

Check out the trailer above, and these new screens below:

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  • Markylad

    I suppose they will have the online gameplay….. Where you have to be a member of Facebook!! Not everyone is on Facebook so totally spoilt the experience for me…. So no I won’t be wasting my money on this version!!

  • DeInit

    Why would the online gameplay be a dealbreaker for you? I couldn’t care less for IB2 and enjoyed the single player enormously. Tried the multiplayer after almost two years and in the end, it was not multiplayer, just challenges the outcome of which depended of everyone’s individual, separate efforts, so I didn’t really come back to it, but even so, it wasn’t an issue. The game is where the story and one’s progression is at, and this game promises to offer an even more articulate experience than its predecessors.