Under the conversational title ‘Mirror’s Edge 2’ he planned origin story to DICE’s 2008 game Mirror’s Edge. The game will be a first-person action plat-former, with focus on “runner” or free-running to traverse the game’s environments.
As of right now, it is not known when Mirror’s Edge 2 will be released. The main character, Faith, will have a “broader move set” and some new abilities, such as being able to round corners while wall-running by grabbing onto pipes. She’ll be able to make expanded use of her environment to take down enemies by leaping off walls and ledges to take them out in one blow.
Interestingly, “entertainment services, namely, providing an on-line computer game” is also listed. Although this may simply be EA covering all its basis, as publishers tend to do with new trademarks, it may on the other hand suggest Catalyst is the online component to the new Mirror’s Edge. The trademark listing was closely followed by the Tweet below, which prominently features the word “Catalyst.” Along with that is a definition, which is very much in line with the narrative themes of Mirror’s Edge and the motivations of Faith, the game’s protagonist. Level design will offer a variety of paths for players of different skill levels. Level design will offer a variety of paths for players of different skill levels.
In addition to the expanded moves, environments, and combat, Faith’s story will play an important role in this outing.
In addition to the expanded moves, environments, and combat, Faith’s story will play an important role in this outing. The Mirror’s Edge sequel is currently in development for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. In a recent call with investors, EA chief executive Andrew Wilson indicated the Mirror’s Edge release date would be in early 2016.
EA’s E3 2015 press conference has been confirmed for June 15. In addition to Star Wars: Battlefront, this year’s EA Sports games, and the next Need for Speed, Mirror’s Edge and the new Mass Effect are expected to make an appearance.