Infinity Blade III has been updated with Kingdom Come, the final act of the Unreal-powered iPad and iPhone trilogy
End of blades
The Infinity Blade trilogy officially came to an end today, with the release of the last content update for Infinity Blade III. It's a sad time for us all, but at least it's going out with a dragon-shaped bang. And a price cut.
The update is called Kingdom Come, and sees Siris setting out to confront Lelindre and learn the ultimate fate of the Ark. I don't understand what any of that means, but I'm sure it's important to someone.
You get to stomp about in the snowy wastes of Nafusaan, and get in a scrap with Dragoor the king of the Dragons.
There are new treasure maps, new enemies, and new items for Siris and Isa. And you can unlock the ability to master items up to level 100. Which I think is a good thing.
There are tweaks, there are achievements, and to celebrate it all Infinity Blade III is on sale for £1.99 / $2.99.