Four years after a hugely successful launch, with over 500 million downloads since 2010, the bubbly slice 'em up Fruit Ninja is getting a massive update.
Not just that - the whole game has been "rebuilt from scratch."
Announced today by developer Halfbrick, the update will include a new, streamlined menu system and some cool gameplay effects for the game's various weapons and locations.
These effects, such as a random 10 fruit spawn in the "Great Wave" dojo, are meant to add "an exponential amount of depth and strategy to slicing."
The addition of leaderboards will also allow you to see what sorts of item combos you and other players have excelled in.
Also new to the world of Fruit Ninja is Fruit Ninja Origins, a five episode miniseries meant to tease the game's future additions. Watch the first part below.
Expect to see the Fruit Ninja update on the App Store, Google Play, and Amazon Appstore in early October.