Infinity Blade surpasses $11 million sales in six months

By Stephany Nunneley, Thursday, 7 July 2011 15:30 GMT

Epic and Chair Entertainment confirmed today that Infinity Blade has surpassed $11 million in sales since its release on iPad.

Speaking with VG247 following Apple’s earlier announcement of 15 billion apps sold via the App Store, a representative with Chair Entertainment confirmed that Infinity Blade earnings have “exceeded $11 million in just over six months since its release.”

Mark Rein, VP and co-founder of Epic Games stated in the Apple press release this morning that: “Infinity Blade has been a runaway hit with customers around the world and we couldn’t be more excited about our success on iOS devices.”

In June, the firm reported that the actioner had surpassed the $10 million sales mark, so it is indeed continuing to sell well.

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