Epic demoing Infinity Blade: Dungeons at the third-generation iPad event in March.
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The work-in-progress game title used to demonstrate the graphical power of Apple's latest iPad may not be ready until Apple debuts the iPad 4.
Infinity Blade: Dungeons, the top-down, dungeon exploring meets finger swashbuckling hybrid that Epic Games demonstrated live on stage at the third-generation iPad's unveiling in March, is now said to be in ongoing development, with no firm release date.
The reason? Developer Impossible Studios, which Epic put together in early August from former employees of Big Huge Games, has been "busy adding their great ideas to the game," according to an interview with All Things Digital.
The title was demoed on stage to show off the graphical prowess of Apple's third iPad, which quadrupled the number of pixels from the previous generation machine, and added a quad-core graphics processor. At the time, Epic said simply that it was "coming soon."