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As part of Apple's iPhone event this morning -- following the tech giant's rather anti-climatic announcement of the iPhone 4S -- Epic Game's Mike Capps lifted the veil on ChAIR Entertainment's latest game, Infinity Blade 2: a follow-up to their hugely successful iOS title.
Delving further into the story of this mysterious, timeless adventure, players will explore an evolving game world filled with new types of rewards and treasures as they battle scores of new powerful enemies and bosses. New fighting styles and weapon classes coupled with deep role-playing elements provide even greater game play variation. “Infinity Blade 2” also introduces gamers to new online features, such as Clash Mob, in which they’ll participate with fellow gamers in unique "massively social" challenges to unlock rare weapons and exclusive items.
Check out the teaser trailer emebdeed below or click here for the HD option.

Infinity Blade is due out on December 1st, exclusive to Apple iOS.




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