Epic Games took to the stage at Apple's iPhone 4S press conference to announce Infinity Blade 2, the sequel to its iOS hit which will release on the App Store on December 1.
Although the sequel was announced alongside iPhone 4S this evening, Epic says Infinity Blade 2 will actually run on iPhones as old as the 3GS model and any iPad.
According to developer Chair (Shadow Complex), the follow-up will "build upon the addictive gameplay and breathtaking visuals of the original game" and include dozens of areas in an "evolving world."
Chair says the new game will include "new fighting styles and weapon classes with deep role-playing elements."
Players will also be able to sync their saves and profiles to multiple devices wirelessly through iCloud, and online features are promised which see players collectively attack "massively social challenges to unlock rare weapons and exclusive items."
See the first trailer and screens on this page.