“Version 1.2.1 will deliver the best Infinity Blade III experience yet.
As you may know, we’ve been working on an update to address a few technical issues some players experienced as a result of the recent Ausar Rising update. We are happy to confirm that the update has approved by iTunes and will be available for players on Monday, February 3.
We are so appreciative for the patience and understanding of all of you awaiting this update. Our goal was to remove anything that might be blocking players from enjoying Infinity Blade III and to further improve and enhance game play. Rather than rush out an update that could potentially introduce new issues, we took the time necessary to ensure we released the very best Infinity Blade III experience.
In appreciation for your patience and support, we are running a special, limited-time reward Trial (accessible via the World Map) beginning Monday and running for one week. This Trial is our Thank You to players and will reward participants with 5,000 Chips! This reward will be available from February 3-February 9, so be sure to join in and claim your reward!
Here’s a brief look at what fixes are included in this update (ver. 1.2.1):
-Fixed an issue where Act V would not appear if a player had skipped the end cut-scene in a previous playthrough.
-Dragon’s damage no longer scales based on number of times someone has beaten the Worker of Secrets. This had made the second Dragon nearly impossible to kill for some very high-level players.
-Post-battle rewards sometimes incorrectly displayed the amount of Chips won (though correct amount was given to player). This has been fixed.
-Fixed an issue where clicking on a gem equipped to Deathless Loot caused the gem to disappear.
-Made change to prevent players from losing equipped gems from items lost in Deathless Mode when tapping the Gem Bag tab.
-Solved a very rare issue where a small number of players could not progress in House of Kor level in Deathless Mode.
-Added option to lower Deathless Mode level, similar to going back to previous Awakening in normal gameplay.
-Resolved an issue where a player with a Rare Darkfire Gem equipped would cast Nullify on an enemy who had Full Elemental Defense and would not inflict extra damage.
-Made fix that affected a small number of users where clicking on a treasure chest in the Dark Citadel caused the game to crash.
-Improved the look of the Options menu for easier navigation.
-Added a customer service button to the Options menu so we can better support our amazing players!
-Altered the “Clear User Data” button to better stress the severity of this action. (You really do not want to press this button unless you are done playing IB3 and plan to remove the app from your device.)
-Removed items from the Store which were blacked out but impossible to attain (such as the reward for the 47 Ronin Special ClashMob).
-Two weapons (Brinstar and Arjona) used Infinity weapon sound effects. This has been corrected.
-Plus other minor bug fixes and adjustments to improve the overall gameplay experience of Infinity Blade III.
Our goal at ChAIR is to deliver amazing game experiences and we’re so pleased that millions have enjoyed the Infinity Blade series. We cannot always anticipate issues that players might encounter and we are so grateful for those who take the time to report issues and help identify ways we can improve our games – and our customer service! As a result, we have launched a new customer care initiative. We’ll have more details on this soon.”
So, to summarize:
Act 5 will be back.
Deathless boss levels can be lowered.
The dragon is no longer connected to boss levels.
Gems will be secured to deathless loot, so you can buy them back with your weapons.
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