Chair, the Epic game studio that brought us Infinity Blade and now Infinity Blade 2 has released Infinity Blade 2 1.0.1. The update is designed to fix a start up crashing issue that customers, including myself, have been experiencing on the iPad 1 and iPhone 4.
The game was released back on Wednesday. Infinity Blade 2 is a universal game, meaning that you will be able to run the game on both your iPhone/iPod touch and iPad/iPad 2 without having to pay for it again.
Infinity Blade 2 sells for $6.99 via the iTunes Store. The 1.0.1 Infinity Blade 2 update is free to people who have already purchased the game already.
After installing the 1.0.1 update on my iPad 1, I’m still having trouble running Infinity Blade 2. Epic Games is working on on a fix. After installing the update, make sure that you reboot your iPad before trying to play the game. I’ve been able to get a little further into the game before it crashes, but I don’t get to see the introductory cut scene movie.