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LOS ANGELES — Mirror’s Edge 2 is happening. EA closed its pre-Electronic Entertainment Expo media briefing with Mirror’s Edge 2, the sequel to the first-person run-and-fight parkour game from developer DICE.

EA played a quick teaser trailer that showed Mirror’s Edge hero Faith preparing to go to battle inter-cut with the series’ signature first-person action.

The publisher didn’t reveal any release date, but it is coming to Sony and Microsoft’s next-gen systems.

Mirror’s Edge is a cult hit. It features free-running action through a futuristic metropolis. Critics received the first game warmly, but sales weren’t as high as EA expected. That left fans of the game worrying that the franchise would never see a sequel.

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