Epic Games got their own segment during Apple’s special event earlier today, coming up on stage to give a preview of their new title, Infinity Blade II, which will be the final instalment of the series and will use Apple’s new A7 64-bit processor.

According to Donald Mustard, co-founder of Epic Games-owned Chair it took just two hours to convert the game to 64-bit, which proves Apple’s easy-to-use XCode software.

In the game there’s up to eight different worlds, in which gamers can play as one of two characters, and there’s even lens flare that they say would ;”make J.J. Abrams proud”.

Infinity Blade III will launch on the App Store exclusively on September 16th, available for the iPhone 5C, 5S, 5, 4S, 4 and the iPad 4, 3 and 2.

Check out the trailer below for a quick look.

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