It’s been a long wait, but we’re happy to finally share with you that Mirror’s Edge Catalyst will launch on PS4 next year February 23rd.
With the new game, we wanted to raise the bar for what an action adventure game can be by providing players an opportunity to experience fluid movement and combat, in first person. What fans loved about the original Mirror’s Edge — Faith, fluid movement, and the stylized look of the city — we’ve kept and improved on to provide new gameplay experiences.
In Mirror’s Edge Catalyst, you’ll witness Faith’s origin story as she grows from a young woman to the heroine the city of Glass desperately needs. On the surface, the city is beautiful, but on the inside it’s hiding a dark secret. Run free, climb the tallest skyscraper or find the hidden underground tunnels beneath — you’ll have the freedom explore.
We hope you’re as excited as we are about the game and we hope wholeheartedly that you’d like to join the Mirror’s Edge community as we continue to reveal more information about Faith and what Mirror’s Edge Catalyst is all about. We think you’ll even be happily surprised with some of the things we have to show, especially if you’re a fan of the first game. Once again, welcome!
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