Sign-ups begin for Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst Closed Beta
It’s amazing to think that Mirror’s Edge came out almost nine years ago. It’s even more incredible to think that the beta for its sequel – MIrror’s Edge: Catalyst – has only just become available for sign-ups.
PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC owners can now put their name down for a place on the Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst closed beta, which will become available at some time between now and when the game is supposed to be released in May.
Signing up in no way guarantees a place in the beta, but not signing up guarantees you don’t stand a chance. Of course, the beta will run through the Origin service on PC, just for those people who want a little bit of extra excitement tied into this announcement.
Mirror’s Edge was a quiet hit when it was first released back in 2007. Lots of people loved it, at least when it was £3 in the bargain bin six months after release. But that cult following has turned into a lot of interest in this prequel/reboot/sequel.
In Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst we’ll get to learn Faith’s origin story, but personally all I want to know is how she manages to stay on those high buildings without feeling queasy. She’ll take on a bunch of corporations who’ve taken control of her city, using nothing but really, really fast running and an occasional bit of violence.
To put your name down for the beta, click here. EA and DICE also shared a new story trailer, by the way.