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Project Sword renamed to Infinity Blade, powered by Unreal Engine 3 and coming this Holiday Season

From the circus bazaar on the outskirts of the castle grounds to the mysterious cathedral at the center of town, Epic Citadel will dazzle you with a visual parade of special effects that recreates a stunning and realistic world only imagined by Epic Games, and powered by the critically acclaimed and award winning Unreal Engine 3.

The Citadel Awaits You!
Now, the above is just a teaser of more awesomeness to come. Previously known as Project Sword, and using the same Unreal Engine 3 as Epic Citadel, we have just received news that it is to be renamed to “Infinity Blade“, and would be debuting in the App Store this coming holiday season.
Today Epic revealed even more details on what Infinity Blade is going to be all about. A press release revealed the following gameplay details:
Taking handheld gaming to new heights, the graphically intense “Infinity Blade” features adrenaline-fueled sword battles and epic boss fights set in the realm of a fully 3D castle. 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.