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EA removes Mirror’s Edge 2 online support page

30 May 2013  by   Peter Parrish

Mirror's Edge 2

Yet more clues that Mirror’s Edge 2 may be in the works today, as the chaps over at RockPaperShotgun note a (now removed) online support page for the game over at EA’s official site.

This follows various sightings of listings for the game at European versions of Amazon, and the suggestion last year from former DICE employee Ben Cousins that development of the title at his former workplace was “general knowledge” in Sweden.

None of this stuff is terribly conclusive, but E3 is just around the corner and both Microsoft and Sony have new consoles to flog, so it’s not outside the realms of possibility. The question is, of course, would it make it to the PC, or be held as an exclusive release by one of the “big two”?

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    Should be on PC as well as consoles, but they should really do a Mirrors Edge 2 with drop-in/out Borderlands 2 style co-op or something as that’s cool.

    May 30, 2013 at 9:36 pm

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