EA could be set for a hugely fan-pleasing reveal at E3 next month – Mirror’s Edge 2.
After an Amazon Germany listing for the game was spotted last week, OXM has now noticed a similar listing on the Italian arm of Amazon.
Both listings have now been removed.
Interestingly, the Italian site listed only Xbox One as the supported platform. The older German listing had the game down for both Xbox One and Xbox 360.
OXM speculates that the game could be one of the 15 exclusive Xbox One titles Microsoft’s mentioned at last week’s console reveal.
In November of last year former EA free-to-play boss Ben Cousins said that “it is general knowledge in the Stockholm dev scene that Mirror's Edge 2 is in production at DICE”.
Mirror’s Edge was an experimental 2008 title released on consoles and PC. While presented in first person it featured little in the way of gunplay and instead centred on acrobatically traversing the highly stylised environment and engaging in a spot of fisticuffs.
A spin-off was released on smartphones.
Although critically lauded the game was not a strong commercial performer – although the ongoing calls for a sequel certainly suggests an appetite for the IP remains.