After the recent cancellation of Infinity Blade Dungeons, it appears that a third game in the popular Infinity Blade series will be released in the future. The folks over at Kotaku discovered that the LinkedIn profile of a QA Tester at Chair, the studio behind the series, has Infinity Blade III listed as one of his projects.
For those of you who donít already know, both Infinity Blade and Infinity Blade 2 have proven to be some of the most popular games in Appleís App Store. Given the success of the previous iterations of the game, itís not a surprise to find a third game in the works. First released in 2010, the original Infinity Blade game and its 2011 sequel have earned Chair Entertainment more than $30 million. Both games take advantage of the unreal Engine 3 and have been lauded for both, rich visual texts and their unique gesture-based fight controls.
Although there arenít any details on the third game, itís likely to be very similar to the first two award winning titles. When the Chair co-founder Donald Mustard confirmed the closure of Infinity Blade Dungeons, he mentioned that there were additional games in development. He mentioned the following regarding the topic:
There's more we at Chair are totally planning to do in the Infinity Blade universe. More games, more books, maybe even other products. And we are very excited about that.