Mirror’s Edge 2 help page appears on EA.com
posted on 05.30.13 at 08:01 AM EDT by (@salromano)
More signs point toward upcoming sequel.

A help page for Mirror’s Edge 2 appeared on publisher Electronic Arts’ official website earlier today before being removed.

Last week, an Xbox One listing for the unannounced game appeared on Amazon Germany, and again yesterday on Amazon Italy. Both have since been removed.

Could we see a next-gen Mirror’s Edge 2 announcement at E3?

Thanks, NeoGAF.

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  • Locksus

    Has EA gone mad or what?

    • bloodiOS

      Looking more and more likely that they’ll be ditching the PC and PlayStation fans, huh… Well, they’ve always been in love with money… so, it wouldn’t be surprising if Microsoft is stroking their genitals with big bills in order to secure this title.

      • Locksus

        I’m just surprised the are developing a Mirror’s Edge game. It was definitely fun when I played it, so I’m kind of looking forward to this one.

        • bloodiOS

          Well, if what some ex-employee said can be trusted, I do believe that the game was in the work for quite a while, but it was, perhaps, a low priority project, probably with EA constantly “encouraging” DICE to better the engine and pump out more Battlefield, which would explain why it took so long.

          • Locksus

            Yeah, that’s true. We’ll see more at E3, me thinks.

      • Sei

        I’m very sure that making this title exclusive for Xbox 1 don’t benefit EA at all. It look like a perfect non-exclusive game for me.

      • MosquitoLemon

        At the same time, there are no exclusives anymore, even games that are originally announced as exclusive (Rayman Legends and FFXIII, for example).

  • Sei

    If dice produces Mirror’s edge 2 and make it a sandbox,… would be a dream come true for me.

    • bloodiOS

      I personally don’t think that sandbox would really work. I think the game would work best as a story-focus type of game. However, I would definitely want a much larger and more interactive environment.

      • http://www.psvitadirect.com/ Kurisu Makise

        How about a compromise of Story driven campaign and Challenge modes? In Challenge modes you could get more open environments to do runs and stuff. That’d offer a lot of replayability.

      • Sei

        It depends of what king of game they make.

        Imagine a story-focus game type like mirror’s edge 1 but where you have to move arround the city looking for your objectives, more like the world map of the batman arkham city for example, this would change the lineal way the first game plays.

        I know that is a challage to make this changes without affecting to the soul of the game but could be amaizing!!

    • MosquitoLemon

      Part of the reason I liked the original Mirrors Edge is that it didn’t follow the sandbox genre that has become way too overpopulated today. I’m afraid an open-world version of the same game would lead to boring GTA-style chases rather than the seat-of-your-pants mad dashes from the original ME. Not to mention a lack of diversity in environments – each ME level had huge set pieces (the cranes, the reservoir, the atrium, etc.). An open world would feel pretty ‘bleh’ by comparison.