With the iOS 7 release scheduled for later today, the eagerly awaited Infinity Blade 3 game has made a premature appearance in the Apple App Store.
A game used to demonstrate the benefits of the iPhone 5S’ 64-bit processor during the phone’s formal unveiling last week,
Built around the new Unreal Engine, the Infinity Blade 3 game will let you battle things out as two playable characters, with developer ChAIR Entertainment stating the game will be brimmed with “adrenaline-fueled sword-fighting action.
They added that the release will allow gamers to “explore larger, [more] beautiful and immersive environments that dynamically change as you choose multiple gameplay paths.”
Branded as being “fully compatible with iOS 7,” the Infinity Blade 3 App Store listing suggests that “it is highly recommended that you upgrade your device to the latest iOS version” before downloading. A sizeable release, the Infinity Blade 3 download will require 1.47GB of available storage.
One of the first apps to be fully compatible with the new iOS 7, Infinity Blade 3 will set wannabe owners back the princely sum of £4.99.
The biggest overhaul to the iOS system to date, iOS 7 brings an all new look to the Apple OS as well as a raft of new features including a dramatically improved Siri and revised Control Centre.
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