Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst Is "New, Different And Separate From The First Game", New Story Detailed By DICE

Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst Is "New, Different And Separate From The First Game", New Story Detailed By DICE
August 09 11:20 2016 Print This Article

Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst Is “New, Different And Separate From The First Game”, New Story Detailed By DICE

DICE’s narrative director Christofer Ermgard provides newer and more effective story particulars about Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst, explaining once more it will likely be a re-imagining from the original Mirror’s Edge and never an effective follow up, or perhaps a simple reboot from the series released in 2008.

Mirror's Edge Catalyst

Talking with Gamespot, Ermgard has revealed Catalyst will have a few of the figures we’ve already met within the original Mirror’s Edge inside it, however that factor are only restricted to names and perhaps looks, because they will act and become entirely different.DICE’s narrative director Christofer Ermgard provides more recent and much more effective story particulars about Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst, explaining once again it’ll be a re-imagining in the original Mirror’s Edge rather than a highly effective follow-up, or possibly an easy reboot in the series launched in 2008.

“People who have played the first game will recognize some elements, but for Catalyst, the city is new… We are doing something that is new; it’s different and separate from the first game. You will recognize maybe the names of some characters, but they will be different characters in this one. Sometimes we even have the name and the look, but the character, what they do is still different, so there are some carry-overs in terms of ideas.”

Concerning the protagonist Belief, her personality will emerge once we go much deeper in to the game, so Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst will offer you towards the gamers new particulars regarding her background story. Something we were not in a position to completely meet within the first title.

“Her personality now is more fleshed out. The game is about her personal journey, I would say. Of course there’s this big plot about getting involved against oppression and all that stuff, but the more important story is her journey, who she becomes and where she starts out and what happens along the way to make her into the person that she is.

She’ll start out her journey a bit more careless, a bit more selfish, a bit more immortal and then realize along the way that’s not the case, and I think that transformation people can hopefully relate to.”

Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst is releasing on February 23, 2016 on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and it already is in our most awaited games for next year. Is it also in yours? Let us know in the comments below.

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Ricardo Dawki1
    August 12, 11:20 #1 Ricardo Dawki1

    Paperblown isn&1quo;t a Red Sux player anymore….

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