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.