There hasn’t been much news about Mirror’s Edge Catalyst, EA recently confirmed the recommended and minimum PC specs for this title, aside from confirming that the release is being delayed. A trial will be offered to players who might want to purchase this title. EA and Origin Access members have an advantage as they will be able to access the trial five days early before it goes live for everybody.
EA or Origin Access subscribers can start playing Mirror’s Edge Catalyst five days earlier than everybody else. EA will provide a trial of this title like it has for other titles in the past.
The only difference is that this trial isn’t going to be ten hours long. Players only get six hours of playtime with the trial before they are required to purchase the game or just give up.
If players do decide to purchase the full version of the game, all of their progress from the trial will be carried over so that they can pick up right where they left off in the trial. Members also get 10 percent off the title’s price if they purchase it through the Xbox Store or Origin.
Mirror’s Edge Catalyst is due for release on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on June 7th.