EA has announced that the sequel to the the cult game based around free-running and identifying red intractable points has been delayed.
No need to worry though, as the delay is a only a couple of extra weeks, with the original May 26 release date being replaced by a revised June 7 date.
DICE state the delay revolves around needing “a bit more time to perfect the game,” and its Social Play features.
“We are using a brand new online technology [for Social Play] and we want to make sure we have the opportunity and time to address player feedback from the Closed Beta,” says design director Erik Odeldahl in a prepared statement.
“Taking on Dashes designed by DICE, creating your own Time Trials, climbing the Leaderboards, and connecting with your Runner friends are some of the Social Play features we’re really excited about – and something we want to play flawlessly.”
The closed beta for Mirror’s Edge Catalyst starts today (April 22) for PC, Xbox One and PS4 and will last until April 26.