Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst Art Book Announced for Early 2016

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Man, Dark Horse sure is stacking up an impressive lineup of video game tie-ins. Ahead of San Diego Comic-Con, they have already announced The Art of Uncharted 4 and a pair of new comic series based on Call of Duty: Black Ops III and Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare. But wait, there’s more!

Now, joining the prequel comic revealed back during E3, Dark Horse and DICE have announced The Art of Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst, a glossy paged art book of early concepts and developer commentary revealing the creative origins of Faith’s rebooted parkour adventure.

Available to pre-order now on Amazon.com for $39.99, The Art of Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst is currently scheduled to launch side by side with the game on February 23, 2016.

If you’ve been reading VGBlogger for a while, you know by now that I’m both a huge Mirror’s Edge fan and an admirer of art books, so needless to say, I’ll be all over this. I’m just crossing my fingers that the game doesn’t get delayed, which wouldn’t at all surprise me. But with my birthday falling on February 24th, I’m already planning a Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst theme for my gift wish list.

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