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| January 6, 2012
Infinity Blade's Franchise Earnings Exceed $30 Million
The first Infinity Blade was released in December of 2010. On Oct. 4, 2011, the Brandon Sanderson novella "Infinity Blade: Awakening," went on sale, as an e-book. Also arriving in October was Infinity Blade FX, the arcade version of Infinity Blade. The Infinity Blade Original Soundtrack came out shortly after that. Finally, the highly anticipated Infinity Blade II was released in December of last year, almost a year from the original's release date. It would be an understatement to say that the past year was a big one for the Infinity Blade franchise. Yesterday, Epic Games, and its development studio, ChAIR Entertainment, announced just how big a year it was. The Infinity Blade franchise reportedly made over $30 million since the release of the first game. That number is quickly rising. The first Infinity Blade has grossed over $23 million. Infinity Blade II is projected to exceed that. Congratulations to an excellent franchise for its well-deserved accomplishments. Both Infinity Blade and its sequel were well received by the AppAdvice staff. Infinity Blade is available in the App Store now for $5.99. Infinity Blade II is available for $6.99.