Infinity Blade 2 Walkthrough


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Table of Contents


Fighting Thane

Horned Wildling

  • Pick up a bag of coins to the right before battle.
  • The first enemy to show you the true nature of Infinity Blade 2′s combat depth! His attacks are normally three-pronged, with two sweeping strikes followed by a finishing smash. Dodging them is best, but be mindful of the direction.
  • This enemy also employs multiple attacks in quick succession using his shield. When he steps back, wait a moment before blocking/dodging.
  • Tap the triangle when the battle is complete to open a chest and get a key.
  • Grab a bag of coins from the top of the broken pillar, then continue forward.

Horned Demon

  • Off in the background to the right, pick up a bag of gold before the battle.
  • This brute is slow, and he communicates his attacks a little too well. Watch for his fake-out headbutt, and stick to dodging as opposed to blocking.
  • During the cinema after battle, grab a coin bag off to the side.
  • There’s another coin bag just behind you that’s obtainable as soon as the cutscene stops.
  • Take the treasure to the left, then unlock the chest to the right.
  • Tap the doors to continue. Grab a coin bag in the background on the right when the cinema begins.

Iron Butcher

  • An aggressive warrior who attacks in groups of four. Dodge and block work equally as well, and you’ll do well if you switch them up.
  • Watch for the butcher’s swiping attacks. They often come from the direction you aren’t expecting.
  • When he steps back and looks like he’s about to dual slice you, it’s a fakeout. Stand your ground.
  • Grab the chest to the right for a gold gem.
  • Tap the dragon statue to proceed.
  • There are several sacks of gold available during the cinema and just afterwards. Get them!
  • At this point, move the camera to the right and go up the small stairs to the door.

Rust Noc

  • In the small room up the stairs, get the gold first, then get ready for a rough battle. Tap the chest and an enemy leaps from above.
  • This guy swing hard, and he has a good defense. If you’re good with parries, use them as often as you can. This is a good fight to be aggressive with.
  • His attacks are usually grouped into fours, often starting with two down swipes followed by two more swinging hits.
  • The swinging hit that starts from the ground can only be dodged if you move away from it, not towards it like most side swipes.
  • Because you’re likely to be at a much lower level than this guy, play smart and avoid taking damage. When you win, you’ll get a sack full of cash.
  • Back in the courtyard, yead behind the statue to the next battle.

Horned Stalker

  • A simple battle after the Rust Noc, the Horned Stalker wields a double-sided staff and likes to swipe attack.
  • Stay on the offensive, use spells and parries and you’ll make quick work of him.
  • Grab some gold after the battle just to your left, then enter the door.

Iron Sentinel

  • A big brute that likes to swing his pointy mace around. This guy’s got a few combo attacks that are real killers.
  • As always, side swipes that start from the ground must be dodged in the direction they’re traveling. Watch for these, as the sentinel pulls them off constantly.
  • Headbutts are a quick and dirty attack he likes to pull off. Dodge out of their way.
  • Go straight forward after the battle, as the other pathways are currently locked.

MX-Defender

  • A straightforward battle with an opponent who doesn’t offer up much of a challenge. At least, at first.
  • Dodge his three-tiered attacks and strike back when you’ve got the chance.
  • After he takes some damage, watch for a flurry of attacks, including a few quick shield blows.
  • Magic works well against this creep, even if you haven’t leveled up the skill very much.
  • Afterwards, head through the hall to the top of the tower.

Thane

  • Surprisingly predictable for such a high level enemy, you can possibly defeat Thane during your first go. If not, you’ll start back at the entrance for another go, something the game calls “rebirths”. If you are reborn, the enemies are tougher, but the loot is better.
  • To fight Thane successfully, avoid him at all costs. He likes multiple quick attacks, but since he communicates them well, the battle isn’t all that rough if your equipment is up to the task. When he steps back and forms a sheet of ice, be prepared to dodge an ice attack.
  • If you fall, fight back to the tower and face Thane again. If you win, you’re reborn and can begin your quest to activate all three runes, each guarded by a fierce blood sentinel.

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19 Comments on Infinity Blade 2 Walkthrough

Jerry

On December 5, 2011 at 2:28 pm

Ew you’re so dumb

Tim

On December 6, 2011 at 6:24 am

Infinity Blade is not open world, it is more like a rails shooter. Your character is restricted to preset paths, and repeating these paths more than once or twice. It is beautiful, and the combat is exciting, just dont over blow it. This ain’t no skyrim.

Mark C

On December 8, 2011 at 9:01 pm

Open experience? Hilarious. Customize your character? Well, I guess if chosing whether to increase your health or attack or whatever at each level, and being able to buy slightly different gear is customization. Other than that, you’re killing same stuff over and over. You have no ability to move around the world freely. There’s absolutely nothing open about about it, and character customization is bare minimum.

Jeff

On December 15, 2011 at 1:59 am

Aww, lay off. He’s just writing a typical lame good review eh? *Sarcasm*

Tom

On December 16, 2011 at 7:51 pm

Open world?

I laugh at you

The unique

On December 21, 2011 at 2:40 am

When i open the invintory list and i press all i found there where black items, how i can get these items?

Secret

On December 21, 2011 at 8:15 pm

This sucks……. There is stll more after the god king fight ! Brainless website

Brendan

On December 22, 2011 at 11:42 pm

I’m sorry so many people are crapping on your article. I really appreciated it. Very helpful. Thank you.

Kieran

On January 1, 2012 at 10:39 am

I agree with Bren. Really useful.

nyghthawk

On January 5, 2012 at 1:55 am

On Infinity Blade 2, I have been through the credits about 7 times – It just starts me over to the next rebirth – Going through the same fights over and over again – I don’t see anything about gameplus – And also – How do you get to the black question mark weapons? I figured that had something to do with game plus – What do you mean, fall through the floor after defeating Thane for the 3rd time? I just keep restarting after going through the credits and nothing says game plus – Thanks for any help that you can give me -

Cody

On January 5, 2012 at 10:14 am

@nyghthawk, New Game+ is unlocked when you master all available weapons and can no longer level up. Most of the blacked out weapons are unlocked in New Game+. A couple are unlocked by equipping certain items in a specific room of the castle. I do not know which items unlock what, though, or where they are unlocked. I know this to be true, however. Just google “Infinity Blade 2 item list”.

Ausar

On January 24, 2012 at 9:23 pm

This guy knows little about IBII. I can write a 10 page review if I wanted. And you only beat Thane twice before part of the floor lowers. You don’t fall through the floor. The game isn’t exactly open, it’s on-rails. Tap to move.

And there is more after beating thane, your review is very plain

Gabe

On February 8, 2012 at 2:27 pm

@Ausar, if you think you can write a better review, then why don’t you? This review beats out any better non-existing review at any time. Oh and thank you to the author of this plain, yet useful, review.

Jian Yang Zhu

On March 17, 2012 at 7:55 pm

The dark invisible gears can be unlocked by going to an specific room with six opening gates in the right and the left. There are a symbol on each door that’s representing a curtain item. All you have to do is to own that item, and it will let you get the gear inside.

P.S: If I was you I would care about the cost of the represented gear on each door, because the gear you get has a value of 2-3 times as expensive as the gear required!

Jian Yang Zhu

On March 18, 2012 at 4:37 am

The dark invisible gears can be unlocked by going to a specific room with six opening gates in the right and the left. There are a symbol on each door that’s representing a curtain item. All you have to do is to own that item, and it will let you get the gear inside.

P.S: If I was you I wouldn’t care about the cost of the represented gear on each door, because the gear you get has a value of 2-3 times as expensive as the gear required!

chop

On March 19, 2012 at 12:03 am

so here’s the deal, after the talk with the worker of secret underground, in the cutscene where siris is back in saydhi’s estate, the game crashes after siris enters the giant circle sliding door, i tried to restart the game, but in just keep crashing.
seriously, what’s wrong? what should i do?

Raidriar

On March 26, 2014 at 5:34 pm

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Worker of Secrets

On March 26, 2014 at 5:40 pm

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Ridley

On August 5, 2014 at 4:08 pm

Sorry there are so many crappy people here hating on the article. Its a nice walkthrough, guys. Do you have a cheat codes section for Infinity Blade 2?