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Check out the launch trailer for Mirror's Edge Catalyst and learn how to play it five days early

By Shawn Knight ยท 5 replies
May 24, 2016
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  1. EA and developer DICE have published the launch trailer for Mirror’s Edge Catalyst, a reboot of the original that debuted in 2008.

    The game picks up shortly after runner Faith Connors’ stint in juvenile detention. According to the YouTube video description, Connors stirs up trouble with the city’s Conglomerate and the evil Gabriel Kruger. In the game, players will experience the origin story of Connors while mastering her momentum to traverse the city of Glass and fight back against the oppressive powers that control it.

    Along the way, gamers will discover new friends, exciting missions and “hidden secrets.”

    In a recent interview with Examiner, DICE Lead Producer Amo Mostofi said there are a lot of side quests that should give gamers plenty to do outside of the core storyline. Players will also be able to unlock certain benefits in the game, such as hacking a billboard to display your signature rather than the usual corporate messaging. Time trials will also be a big part of the new game, Mostofi said.

    Mirror’s Edge Catalyst lands on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and the PC on June 7. Subscribers to EA’s Origin Access, however, will be able to trial the game for up to six hours beginning June 2. Origin Access is EA’s subscription gaming service that offers monthly access to a collection of PC titles as well as early access to select games before they’re release.

    Curious as to whether or not your PC is powerful enough to run Mirror's Edge Catalyst? Check out the minimum and recommended specs by clicking here.

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  2. hahahanoobs

    hahahanoobs TS Evangelist Posts: 2,555   +921

    I really wanted to like this game. Got an invite and Installed the closed beta and uninstalled it the same day. Gameplay didn't feel any different than the first one. Some people will love it, but I thought it was bland.
  3. EA...'nuff said.
  4. Puiu

    Puiu TS Evangelist Posts: 3,450   +1,919

    I tend to stay away from EA games unless it's something sold at a really good price like in the Steam Summer Sales (70-90% off) or Humble Bundles.
  5. HardReset

    HardReset TS Guru Posts: 653   +263

    Original Mirror's edge was great game, so I really waited for sequel.

    However, this game needs EA Origin account and have Denuvo DRM, so EA just lost one customer.
  6. Uncle Al

    Uncle Al TS Evangelist Posts: 5,404   +3,795

    There was a time EA was the best available, but over time I think they have just lost their edge. This game is a little different but I don't think it will be a big hit for them.

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