Mirror's Edge PC delayed

Written by Joe Martin

September 19, 2008 | 11:31

Tags: #delay #faith #mirrors-edge

Companies: #dice #ea

Electronic Arts has announced several little bits of news for the upcoming free-running feast Mirror's Edge, but the news isn't all good unfortunately and it seems that the PC version of the game has been delayed indefinitely.

While launch dates have been announced for the console versions of the game, it seems that the superior PC version has been pushed back until "later in the winter".

The PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions of the game however will launch on the 14th of November, with pre-orders starting on the 26th of September - or next Friday to all those without a calendar to hand.

EA has also revealed that it will have a demo of the game available before release, one which will showcase the prologue of the story as well as the tutorial segment and a small section of the singleplayer gameplay. EA hasn't made any specific announcements regarding platforms, so we're guessing it'll hit the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 360 at the same time.

Most interesting of all though is that the demo will have an exclusive time trial mode hidden in it, as well as a ghost mode and online leaderboards. Those who pre-order the game will get a special code to unlock these parts of the demo, though the bulk of the demo will be available to all.

Electronic Arts has still not commented on when the exclusive downloadable content will be available for the PlayStation 3, nor what it will be exactly.

Disappointed at the delay of the PC version, or were you planning on getting it for the Xbox 360 or PS3 anyway? Let us know your thoughts in the forums.
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