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Infinity Blade: Arena goes live May 19


2:20 PM on 05.17.2011
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Infinity Blade, the wonderful iOS game from ChAIR, is getting another major update this week. Infinity Blade: Arena goes live on May 19, bringing multiplayer and a new Survivor Mode. 

The multiplayer pits Titans and Knights against each other, allowing Game Center friends to duel with what seems to be pre-set characters. Survivor Mode is a single-player Arena mode in which players see how far they can last against a legion of Titans.

Even more weapons, rings and shields will be included in the update, as well as a fresh range of Holiday Helms which can be mastered during different times of the year. Capping the update is Facebook integration, where you can show off your character and share screen grabs. 

Looking forward to it! I still find time to play this game, so fresh updates are always welcome.






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