Mirror’s Edge Catalyst Available to Play Now!

Available through EA Access

Mirror’s Edge Catalyst is now available to play on Xbox One and will be coming to PC later today.

Gamers who are signed up to EA Access can now play the trial of the game through the service. With 10 missions spread across 2 districts there is plenty for you to experience before the big launch on June 9th. Remember though you only have 6 hours with the trial before you are locked out so don’t leave your game running while you go make your dinner.

The trial will be coming to Origin Access on PC later today.

If you want to subscribe to EA Access it’ll only cost you £3.99/month or £19.99/year. With access to many other games it’s a wise investment.

Mirror’s Edge Catalyst is currently available for pre-download and pre-order.

Mirror’s Edge will also be getting a TV show.

Check out the launch trailer below:

 

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