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Infinity Blade 2 shown off at Apple keynote


1:15 PM on 10.04.2011
Infinity Blade 2 shown off at Apple keynote photo



Last year at one of Apple's keynotes Epic Games showed off Unreal Engine 3 with their flashy swordplay game Infinity Blade. This game has gone on to be a showcase title for iOS devices. Today its sequel was shown at Apple's Let's Talk About iPhone event.

Mike Capps from Epic Games showed off Infinity Blade 2. He said that Xbox 360 gamers would be used to this quality of graphics. Hmm. He also said that it may look pre-rendered, but it isn't. 

"We're going to show you visuals that you've never seen on a mobile device," said Capps.

The images shown were running on the newly announced iPhone 4S.

Infinity Blade 2 will be available on December 1.

[via ThisIsMyNext livestream]

Infinity Blade 2 shown off at Apple keynote photo
Infinity Blade 2 shown off at Apple keynote photo





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