Epic Games has removed the Infinity Blade series from Apple's App Store

Joanna Estrada
December 11, 2018

In case you're wondering why the Infinity Blade games have been removed from the App Store, here is Epic Games' explanation.

Ashen was first revealed as an Xbox One Play Anywhere game, which means you could buy a copy of it on Xbox One, or Windows 10, and play it on both platforms.

The sword's location, at Polar Peak, is one of the new places introduced by the v7.00 patch to kick off Season 7. Alt fire mode causes the player to do large leaps, which destroy structures and deal damage upon landing. What's more, Epic is giving away the Infinity Blade Stickers app for free. If you can manage to grab onto it, you will be rewarded with 200 health and 200 shield. According to the patch notes, the Infinity Blade will only spawn on Polar Peak - which hosts a castle that until today was nearly entirely encased in ice - and is capable of not only destroying rival players (dealing 75 damage), but structures as well.

An instant burst of effective Health upon elimination of an enemy (50 HP).

When the wielder of the Infinity Blade picks up an item (aside from building materials), the Infinity Blade will be dropped.

Infinity Blade comes to Fortnite with v7.01 patch.

Only one Infinity Blade will appear per match.

Epic Games officially announced the discontinuation of sale on their blog today.

This patch has also seen the return of the Close Encounters LTM where players are limited to just using shotguns and jetpacks.

Creative islands will also become available to all players from Thursday 13 December and it has already had plenty of new features added in the new update.

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