The Mirror’s Edge Catalyst Closed Beta release date has been revealed as April 22nd, giving players their first good look at the upcoming reimagining of the fan favorite series.As this is a Closed Beta, only those who have been pre-selected will have access.
A massive open-world, less sluggish combat to worry about and hopefully a story that makes a little more sense.With the closed beta incoming (yes, Mirror’s Edge is having a beta too), many media got the chance to go hands-on with Faith’s prequel.
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The Mirror's Edge Catalyst Closed Beta will run from April 22 to April 26 on PS4, Xbox One and PC, EA and DICE have announced.Sign-ups for the beta opened on February 4, but are now closed.
Mirror’s Edge Catalyst is set to be one of the more impressive-looking games when it launches next month, which has some PC gamers anxious to find out whether or not they will be able to run it properly.Well, now they’ll be able to figure that out as developer DICE has revealed both the minimum an recommended system requirements for the game.
Along with a renewed focus on parkour over combat and a much more fluid system of platforming, Catalyst looks to be making full use of the Frostbite engine.In short, Catalyst looks gorgeous, and it’s going to require some power on PC to stay that way.
The game will now launch in North America on June 7 and Europe on June 9, two weeks later than previously planned.The developer says the delay will help it "perfect the game" and address player feedback from this weekend's closed beta.