Mirror's Edge 2 Summary
EA and DICE dropped the full Mirror’s Edge Catalyst trailer they were teasing earlier in the week, and it's looking pretty damned good. Hero Faith infiltrates an impossibly trendy corporate office, and then runs right back the other way when a full security squad shows up.
You can't tell too much from a brief gameplay demo, of course, but it looks like the level designers have done a good job of laying out potential free-running routes without undermining the illusion of an open city.
Electronic Artsthe very first footage of Mirror's Edge: Catalyst in action, and although it's a very brief little snippet of the game's smooth free-running action, it's enough to get fans of the original excited.
Rather than the strict lines of the, Catalyst will offer players the chance to explore a huge open cityscape, with plenty of places for you to mistime a jump and fall a few hundred metres to land with a splat on an unfortunate civilian's car bonnet.
was a game about running, flipping and generally being an acrobatic parkour badass, so it always felt a bit weird when hero Faith picked up an enemy weapon. Though you could only keep a gun until the clip ran dry, shooting it at all felt at odds with the spirit of the game.
sort-of sequel Mirror's Edge Catalyst takes things one step further; EA DICE has revealed that gun combat won't feature in the game in any way.
This year's conference fromis going to be dominated by one thing: Star Wars: Battlefront. The Press Conference will begin 1.00pm PDT / 9.00pm GMT+1 and run for about an hour. There's a bit to get through.
Aside fromrevival of Battlefront there's also new expansion for Star Wars: The Old Republic which adds , and there's Mirror’s Edge Catalyst.
It turns out that teaser weyesterday did indeed signal a name change for the already confirmed Mirror's Edge sequel - the game's now going to be called Mirror's Edge Catalyst, EA DICE
In fact, they don't actually want players to see the game as a direct sequel to thefree-running, first-person action game.