Epic and Chair's iOS game revealed as 'Infinity Blade'

Unreal Engine 3-powered action-RPG out "this holiday season" for iDevices

Epic's about to jump on the Apple devices bandwagon with 'Infinity Blade', an Unreal Engine 3-powered Action RPG developed by its Salt Lake City-based ChAIR Entertainment Studio.

Headed for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad "this Holiday season", Infinity Blade was revealed at an Apple event in September as 'Project Sword'.

"The graphically intense 'Infinity Blade' features adrenaline-fueled sword battles and epic boss fights set in the realm of a fully 3D castle," explains the PR.

"The game's robust single-player mode features an intuitive combat interface and simple touch controls which enable hardcore and casual gamers alike to engage in fun, furious battles. As play progresses, players gain experience, build stats and earn more powerful items to prepare their knight for the final encounter with the game's nemesis, the God-King."

It adds: "Additional content will be released free of charge via planned updates, including a fully integrated multiplayer mode, which enables players to find friends and other challengers to battle online via Game Center."

Epic released a sneaky taster of Infinity Blade in the form of the free Epic Citadel demo, which looks so stunning on iPhone 4 you'd be forgiven for thinking it was running on 360 or PS3.