As a lot of you are already aware, Infinity Blade 2 [$6.99] has some crash issues on iPad and iPod Touch. Thankfully, Chair Entertainment and Epic Games have already identified the culprit and are speedily working on a fix to address the problem. “For some users, IB2 seems to be running out of memory on heavily-laden iPad and iPod Touch devices," Epic’s Mark Rein wrote on the publisher’s message board. “We’re working on a quick fix and will submit an update to the store as soon as possible," he continued later.
Rein explained that the game wasn’t tested on machines with a “massive" amount of apps. He suggested a user-end fix for the meanwhile. “When apps run out of memory at loading times, that is something often fixed by restarting your device. I recommend that people try restarting their device to see if that solves it for them."
We touched on this very topic on this week’s show. We’re all pretty confident that an update is barreling down the pipeline as we write this — Infinity Blade 2 is going to get its share of promotion from every side, so it needs to be fixed very soon.