During a highly anticipated media event last month, Apple unveiled the iPhone 4S. Although the handset looks similar to its predecessor, it includes a number of internal changes. Among those changes is the addition of the A5 dual core processor.

To show off the iPhone 4S’ performance capibilities, Apple demoed the upcoming Infinity Blade 2 title from Epic games. The original Infinity Blade was a hit, and set the bar for in-game graphics. Well its successor doesn’t just raise the bar, it smashes it…

Infinity Blade 2 is expected to be a big hit when it drops next week. And if you are still on the fence about whether or not you are going to be purchasing the game, you might want to check out this new developer trailer:

The game will be compatible with the same hardware as the previous version, but will obviously look and perform much better on A5 devices. Between its stunning graphics and iOS 5’s new Airplay mirroring feature, Infinity Blade 2 will help lend credibility to iOS as a serious gaming platform.

Look for Infinity Blade 2 in the App Store on December 1st.

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  • great game, but first one was so monotonic after 8 reach to the king (killed him only 2 or 3 times) that i wouldnt want to keep playing to get the money to buy the infinityblade/ expantion, made me wanna get a hack to get inifinity money 🙂

    • if u didn’t get the infinity blade, then you didn’t really complete the game.. u need infinity blade to fight the deathless kings. Think the best way to earn money is playing the negative bloodline =)

  • Dan

    hopefully it won’t crash on iPad 1 OS 5 like the previous one…

  • Why buy a DS when you can have so much more with an iPod Touch or an iPhone 4/4S???? R.I.P Nintendo!

  • Anonymous

    Can’t wait to try on this on my iPad 2 using AirPlay via my ATV2. it’s obviously going to look sensational on smaller screens, but it will be interesting to see how it holds up on 50″ plasma in 720p.

    You know is’s time for Sony and Micorosoft to release new consoles when mobile gaming devices are on the verge of overtaking them visually…