Mirrors Edge 2: Catalyst new trailer is action packed, play first on Xbox One
Excited for Mirrors Edge 2: Catalyst? Electronic Arts sure is, and it wants everyone else to be as well with the release of a new trailer that is filled with action and other interesting elements that are sure to get gamers up and ready for something new.
The first game in the Mirrors Edge series did not turn out to be the best video game in the world, but it managed to amass a small following. These voices echoed through the night in hopes of a second, and EA sure did listen because here it is in all its glory. And guess what? It is set to release on July 7, 2016.
As for the trailer, it appears to give more narrative into what this story is all about. We understand this is the driving force behind Mirrors Edge 2, and we do hope it turns out well because the story of the first title wasn’t all that great to begin with.
Still, as noted above, the short trailer is mostly action. We get to see hand-to-hand combat and Faith roundhouse kicking some guy in the face. The wall running looks great as well, and the overall game looks more fun than its predecessor.
For those who are interested in Mirrors Edge 2: Catalyst, the game is available right now for digital pre-order from the Xbox Store. It will set gamers back the usual $59.99 for the Standard Edition. Furthermore, if you’re subscribed to EA Access, you will get a 10% discount. Even better, EA Access subscribers will get the option to play the game first on Xbox One for a full 10-hours.
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