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The model looks insanely good. It would be such a waste to not be able to switch between first-person and third-person modes.
Also FromRun free in a massive open world.
Mirror’s Edge Catalyst will launch for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on February 24, 2016, EA and DICE announced.
Pre-orders for the game will include the “Combat Runner Kit” or “Speed Runner Kit,” depending on where you pre-order. Digital pre-orders will get both content packs.
Here’s a rundown of the game, via its official website:Watch a new trailer below.
- Fluid Movement & Combat in First-Person – You don’t need a gun. Use your environment, your momentum and your physicality to fight oppression. (Read More)
- Run Free in a Beautiful, Massive City – From the highest skyscrapers to the darkest tunnels, the city of Glass is yours to explore. There are no levels, no loading screens, just the freedom to choose what you want to do. (Read More)
- Experience the Rise of Faith – From a careless young woman, to a heroine who opens the eyes of the city and becomes the catalyst for change. You are Faith, and this is her origin story. (Read More)
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Mirror’s Edge Catalyst takes place in Glass City, a place with no government—only mega-corporations. At the centre of it all is a man named Gabriel Krueger (right).
EA describes the world of Mirror’s Edge Catalyst as one with no privacy and no individual freedom. Amidst all of this is Faith, who helps bring… er, faith… to the city. Catalyst will deal in Faith’s adventures, but also depict her origin.
Mirror’s Edge Catalyst will have no levels or loading screens, according to developer DICE.
It has also been confirmed that Faith will not use guns in Mirror’s Edge Catalyst, or at least try to avoid doing so as far as we can tell. The game’s main story is told through a series of linked missions, but in between these, players will have total freedom to explore Glass City, run races, and more. For example; “Dash” is a race type where you have to get from point A to B as quickly as possible.
Mirror’s Edge Catalyst will be released on February 23rd, 2016 for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.
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Following the full reveal of Mirrors Edge Catalyst yesterday, DICE and Electronic Arts have shared further details on the games story and setting via its official website.
As previously reported, Mirrors Edge Catalyst will serve as an origin story for Faith. In this game, Faith is described as a Runner living off the grid. Shes proud and daring, young and carefree, and tends to take on the toughest runs, working as a burglar, courier, and corporate spy. At some point in the game, a reckless choice brings her into the sights of a ruthless Conglomerate that rules Glass City.
This Conglomerate is made up of a number of powerful corporations, and its influence has led the citizens of Glass City to give up personal freedoms in exchange for mindless entertainment and pointless consumption. Anyone that questions the Conglomerate is quietly removed from the equationfear keeps people in check, and envy drives them.
Glass City is described is a character of its ownbeautiful and stylized on the surface, but overrun with ugly truths on the inside. Since Mirrors Edge Catalyst is an open-world game, youll be able to explore the city freely, from the tallest skyscrapers to the abandoned tunnels underneath. In order to navigate these spaces, Faith will need to make use of her skills, as well as a range of gadgets that that open up even more possibilities to her. DICE are introducing a new version of Runners vision that will help the player navigate the city.
The security arm of the Conglomerate, KrugerSec, led by Gabriel Kruger, is what Faith will find herself up against. Kruger is a proud man, devoted to preserving the current order in Glass City, and he does what it takes to protect it against any perceived threats. To Kruger, the ends justify the means, and he will sacrifice whatever or whoever he needs to, to accomplish his goals.
Mirrors Edge Catalyst will be released February 23rd, 2016 for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.
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$200 special edition includes Faith statue, SteelBook, more.
Electronic Arts and DICE have announced a $199.99 collectors edition for Mirrors Edge Catalyst, which will be available across PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on February 23.
The collectors edition will be available at GameStop in North America or online, with other retailers worldwide to be announced soon.
Its full contents include:
If you missed it, catch last months E3 trailer here.
- Adult Faith/Young Faith diorama
- Exclusive Steel book
- Exclusive lithograph
- Set of 10 concept pieces
- Temporary logo tattoo
- Temporary Faith arm tattoo
- Storage box
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To be held on August 5 at the Koelnmesse.
Electronic Arts will host a Gamescom press conference at the Koelnmesse on August 5 from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. German time.
Doors will open 30 prior to the press conference.
EA has yet to announce its Gamescom lineup, however titles like Mirror’s Edge Catalyst, Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2, Star Wars Battlefront, and Need for Speed should be expected.
Gamescom 2015 runs from August 5 to 9.
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source: GematsuFaith begins her rise to the hero the city needs.
Electronic Arts and DICE have releaed a five-minute gameplay trailer for Mirror’s Edge Catalyst at Gamescom 2015.
Here’s what you’ll see:In this first Mirror’s Edge Catalyst gameplay trailer, experience the moment where Faith begins her rise from a carefree runner to the hero the city needs. Playing in first person allows players to feel her fluid movement, combat and power. This trailer features pre-alpha footage from a cut-down version of a full mission in the game.Mirror’s Edge Catalyst will launch for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on February 23.
Watch the trailer below.
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Solar Fields back on the score.
Solar Fields, creator of the soundtrack for the original Mirrors Edge, is composing the score for the upcoming Mirrors Edge Catalyst, Electronic Arts and DICE announced.
A short interview with Fields is available over at the official Mirrors Edge blog. In it, the composer discusses the challenge of figuring out how a character like Faith sounds, as well as the process of composing these themes and how they tie into the games missions.
Listen to a sample from the games soundtrack below.
Mirrors Edge Catalyst will launch for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on February 23. If you missed it, a five-minute gameplay trailer was released in August.
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More time needed to make a higher quality game.
Mirror’s Edge Catalyst has been delayed from its planned February 26, 2016 release to May 24, Electronic Arts and DICE announced.
“Years ago, we set out an ambitious vision for Mirror’s Edge Catalyst,” senior producer Sara Jansson said. “Achieving that vision and delivering the best possible experience is equally inspiring and challenging. And it takes time. We set out to create a vast city to explore, full of stunning vistas, majestic skyscrapers, and mysterious tunnels.
“We’re building the most immersive action-adventure game with fluid movement and combat in first person. Mirror’s Edge Catalyst will be an all-new playground with a deeper and more engaging story – and we want to accomplish all these goals to the highest quality possible.
“We will use these few extra months to make sure that when you step into the massive City of Glass and experience the rise of Faith, it’s as entertaining, impressive, and memorable as it can be.”
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