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Infinity Blade II Drops to $0.99 for a Limited Time

Looking to play the highly-acclaimed Infinity Blade sequel without spending $6.99? Chair Entertainment Group has reduced pricing on Infinity Blade II by six bucks, bringing the cost down to $0.99 for a limited time. This is a serious deal, considering that the quality of the game blows away many iPhone and iPad titles available at this price point.

Infinity Blade 2

Infinity Blade II is a universal app, compatible with any Apple smartphone or tablet running iOS 4.3 or later. The deal is clearly posted on the Infinity Blade II landing page on iTunes. The description states, "Get it while you can!" without listing an end date for the ongoing sale.

Infinity Blade 3 Goes on Sale, Gets Ausar Rising Update

Not only has Infinity Blade III received a significant update with more quests, enemies and modes, but the title is on sale for a limited time only. This could be the best time to pick up the latest game in the Infinity Blade series, or to send the game as a gift for the holidays. Pricing in the App Store is currently set at $2.99, marking more than half off the normal cost of $6.99.

Infinity Blade III iOS

The Ausar Rising update comes free to existing owners of Infinity Blade 3. In-game chat makes it easy to share tips and secrets. Three new quests are included in the massive update, along with nine new enemies to battle. The expansion to Infinity Blade 3 doesn't stop there. Two new gameplay modes have also been added.

Get Infinity Blade Free for a Limited Time

The original Infinity Blade title is now free thanks to a Black Friday sale from Chair Entertainment. iOS gamers can download the award-winning game that started it all from the App Store and save $5.99, for a limited time. For comparison, sequels Infinity Blade II and Infinity Blade III are selling for $6.99 each.

Original Infinity Blade I sale

Chair made waves with the first in the series when the game was showcased by Apple during a keynote presentation. The original Infinity Blade uses the Epic Unreal Engine to create high resolution, realistic landscapes and creatures on iOS devices. The game has won over 20 Game of the Year and Top App awards, including the 2011 Apple Design Award.

Infinity Blade 3 in Testing for Fall Release?

After the recent demise of Infinity Blade Dungeons, fans of the franchise on iOS are looking for good news. A senior QA tester at Chair Entertainment may have filled the void, adding to speculation that Infinity Blade 3 is currently in development. Michael Lochrane listed the project on his LinkedIn profile as seen below.

Infinity Blade 3 leak

There has been no official announcement regarding Infinity Blade III, however Chair co-founder Donald Mustard stated the company's intention to continue expanding the Infinity Blade universe with future games, books and other products. Assuming Lochrane's post is legit, the next sequel could be headed to iOS this fall, with the release of the iPhone 5S and iOS 7.

Chair: Infinity Blade Dungeons is Dead

While iOS gaming fans can download Infinity Blade II free for a limited time, other news related to the franchise is not so positive. According to MacRumors, Chair Co-Founder and Creative Director Donald Mustard officially confirmed that Infinity Blade Dungeons has been abandoned.

Infinity Blade Dungeons

The highly anticipated prequel to the Infinity Blade universe garnered rave reviews when previewed last year. Unfortunately, after first delaying the game then putting the project on hold, Epic Games had to cancel the project after the studio working on the game closed.

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