The first was nothing if not divisive. Praise was heaped upon the parkour action game’s stylish world, while scorn was directed at its ropey combat and halting level design. Its sequel, again made by DICE and running, for the first time, on their own Frostbite 3 engine like Battlefield 4, promises more of the former and less of the latter. It won’t be a tired retread, however. Mirror’s Edge 2 is set in an open world, and will focus more heavily on first-person combat than its predecessor, releasing exclusively on new-gen systems "when it's ready."