Mirror’s Edge Catalyst is Now on EA Access and Origin Access

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You can try out six hours of Mirror’s Edge Catalyst on EA Access and Origin Access now.

Mirror’s Edge Catalyst is the latest game to get a Play First Trial on EA Access (Xbox One) and Origin Access (PC). If you’re a subscriber to either of these services, you can now play the upcoming open-world title for up to six hours, while experiencing 10 missions over two districts.

The latest game in the Mirror’s Edge series explores the history of the main character, Faith, and explains how she goes from a runner to a heroine. Like the original Mirror’s Edge, you’ll be navigating a stark city in first-person simply by running, jumping, and using various acrobatic moves.

If you play in this free trial, your saves will carry over to the full game once it launches, so you won’t have to worry about redoing content.

Both services run $4.99 a month and give you access to a library of games you can play, as well as early trials of upcoming titles and a 10 percent discount on digital purchases. You can learn more about those services, and the Mirror’s Edge Catalyst Free Play Trial, over on the game’s official website.

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