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E3 2013: Mirror's Edge 2 Runs Again When It's Ready

Posted by Sammy Barker

Hype, hype, hype

It’s definitely still alive. Confirming that this year’s E3 is off to an absolute stormer, EA has revealed that Mirror’s Edge 2 is in development – and will release when it’s ready. The debut trailer – embedded below – shows protagonist Faith getting inked, and racing through a slew of serene environments. The title will run on the Frostbite 3 engine, which pretty much guarantees that it will look beautiful.

While the announcement is definitely a treat, it’s hardly a surprise. The sequel has been on the cards for a while now, and rumours regarding its status have intensified over recent weeks. You can inject this one right into our veins – only the resurrection of The Last Guardian could top this announcement in our eyes. It’s good thing that Sony’s show is still to come, huh?

Update: EA's official press release has described this game as a "reboot". It's in the "early stages of development" for PlayStation 4.

User Comments (11)



Gamer83 said:

F*CK, It has to be EA of course. I'd love to play the game but I refuse to give those pieces of sh*t my money.



rastamadeus said:

The original was great and this looks equally good but I've never understood why it's loved so much.



JGMR said:

@rastamadeus I liked it because of the game's atmosphere, theme and soundtrack. I thought it was also thrilling as a experience. This is how you create a exiting linear videogame imo.



JGMR said:

If it will be released on the XBone, then the creators will be self-contradictory because of the underlying theme of the first part.



rastamadeus said:

It'll be on both Xbox One and PS4. EA will put their games on everything. Except Wii U. All these 'exclusive' games EA does are never really that.



JGMR said:

That's amazing then isn't it? Here's a game warning us about the loss of individual autonomy and the closed surveillance society. While it's apparent reboot gets released on a system which limits your freedom as a costumer and which is potentially a surveillance device. Unbelievable.

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