EA Motive: New project is not Mirror's Edge

EA Motive: New project is not Mirror's Edge

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After the release of Star Wars Squadrons, the EA Motive team is already busy with new projects. While rumors about another Star Wars game have only been denied, according to journalist Jeff Grubb, the makers are working on a well-known EA brand that will apparently make many fans happy.

Among other things, the supporters of Mirror's made themselves Edge a little hope that EA may be working on another game in the series. In 2016, DICE released Mirror's Edge Catalyst, the last offshoot to date. Since the makers of DICE are mainly busy with Battlefield 6 or Star Wars Battlefront, there is currently not much left for another game. Moving from Mirror's Edge to another studio would have made sense for the fan base. In a podcast, Jeff Grubb spoke again about the EA Motive project and for the time being buried all hopes of Mirror's Edge supporters.

According to his information, it is not a successor to Mirror's Edge Catalyst. Players will also have to wait a little longer for the mysterious project to be revealed. As part of EA Play Live in July, the publisher should not reveal anything about the title of Motive. Furthermore, players can only speculate about which project the "established EA-IP" is about. A return from Dead Space is also on the wish lists of many fans. The last part of the horror game series was already over eight years ago.

via GamingBolt

EA Motive’s Next Game isn’t Mirror’s Edge – Rumour

Journalist Jeff Grubb says the game’s probably not going to be at EA Play Live either.

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Star Wars: Squadrons developer EA Motive confirmed late last year that it’s working on several upcoming unannounced projects (but not Star Wars), which was followed shortly afterward by GamesBeat’s Jeff Grubb teasing that the studio is working on an established EA IP that fans are going to be happy about.

The guessing game has been on since then, and the IP that’s been mentioned most often by hopeful fans is Mirror’s Edge. It seems, however, that that’s not what the developer is working on after all. Speaking during the recent GamesBeat Decides podcast, Grubb re-iterated that EA Motive is working on an established EA IP, but added that it’s not Mirror’s Edge. He later also added that the game is probably not going to be at the EA Play Live event in July.

An established EA IP that fans will be happy about? That sounds like Dead Space to me- at least I hope that’s what they’re working on. Either way, all we can do right now is wait and watch. Stay tuned, and we’ll keep you updated on any new details that come our way.