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Thursday, 07 July 2011 08:02

Something related to Mirror’s Edge in development

Written by David Stellmack
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DICE still has not given up on working with the IP
Mirror’s Edge fans still feel that DICE and Electronic Arts left them hanging with no sequel. Despite fewer sales than expected, DICE claims that they have not given up on the IP, and they continue to look for a way to introduce or revamp it for introduction later.

Later might be coming sooner than Mirror’s Edge fans think, with rumors of a project at DICE related to Mirror’s Edge that is currently in development. While rumors of a Mirror’s Edge 2 game using the Frostbite 2 engine have persisted since E3 this year, no official confirmation has come from DICE or EA.

With a lot of hints being dropped and discussion about more Mirror’s Edge continuing fans may finally get what they have been waiting for. It just took much longer than expected.


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