Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst Delayed 3 Months

This is the video game industry, and the term “delay” is as synonymous with it as white is to rice. The latest victim of the game delay is Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst, which has been pushed back a few months.

The game was originally set to launch on February 23rd, 2016, though now it will release on May 24th, 2016. The reasons given for the delay are the typical excuses we always hear, basically summing up to them wanting to make the game as good as possible. I’m pretty sure everyone wants to make their games as good as possible, but maybe some of these devs should plan a little better!

Still, at least we aren’t dealing with a delay that’s on a massive scale like Batman: Arkham Knight. Hell, the PC version of that game was *just* put back on the market after months of delays and it’s *still* broken!

Mirror’s Edge Catalyst Gameplay Trailer Is Pretty Sweet

The Mirror’s Edge series is coming back next year in the form of Mirror’s Edge Catalyst, and now we finally have some gameplay footage thanks to Gamescom.

Mirror's Edge Catalyst Gamescom 2015

As far as what the gameplay trailer shows us, it’s pretty much what you’d expect if you played the first one. Lots of running and jumping around roofs of buildings and plenty of parkour. It looks pretty sweet, so check out the gameplay trailer below.

Mirror’s Edge Catalyst is developed by EA Digital Illusions CE and is set to launch for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on February 23rd, 2016.

Mirror’s Edge Catalyst Launching February 2016

Mirror’s Edge is back and better than ever, as EA revealed at their E3 press conference today that Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst will launch on February 23rd, 2016.

The game is set to be the origin story of protagonist Faith. The game will be set in an open world with no levels or loading screens. Check out the trailer below.