'Mirror's Edge Catalyst' Latest News & Updates: EA Access Welcomes Game & Predecessor; Why is it Special?

By Dannel Picaccio Camille Perez Lozano , Updated Nov 11, 2016 03:10 AM EST

"Mirror's Edge Catalyst" and its predecessor has finally been made available for EA Access recently. However, the title does not stand alone for the said privilege, as there are other games relatively that were made available for access.

For those unaware, the said EA Access program enables, as the name suggests, an advantage in terms getting their hands on a game ahead of time, as well as corresponding discounts. A monthly availing of the EA Access program lands at $5, or an annual fee of $30. Sadly, this does not cover the PlayStation 4 and is only made available to Xbox One, but there is still something more than that for "Mirror's Edge Catalyst."

According to recent reports, one of the most intriguing factors about the addition of "Mirror's Edge Catalyst" is that the game was released in June. With only five months from release and being included in the EA Access program, it goes alongside the likes of "Plants of Zombies: Garden Warfare 2" and "Unravel" in having the shortest intervals ever. Other than that, there will also be the inclusion of EA Sports "UFC 2" and a hit game from 2015, "Star Wars Battlefront."

Interestingly, the original game is also joining "Mirror's Edge Catalyst" in the said program. The parkour title has garnered quite the fan base since the first title was released, more so when the sequel was announced. Reviews revealed that the title follows most of the classic unique takes from the first, though some factors such as characters that were hard to adore became a concern, along with the predictable story line given to it.

For those who were not able to get their hands on "Mirror's Edge Catalyst" on the EA Access Vault yet, it is best advised to take advantage of it now as it is still fresh. For more gaming news and updates, stay locked to GamenGuide.

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