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Post by Dan @ 12:24pm 22/11/12 | 2 Comments
In reaction to recent comments made by EA VP Patrick Soderlund about DICE not becoming just a "Battlefield Factory", outspoken ex-EA employee Ben Cousins (former GM of EA Easy, not the footballer) has stirred some emotions by claiming the Swedish studio has a sequel to Mirror's Edge on the boil (thanks VG247).

In a Twitter post, Cousins wrote "It is general knowledge in the Stockholm dev scene that Mirror's Edge 2 is in production at DICE".

Pouring a bit of cold water on the matter however, and perhaps stirring up a little more drama, DICE Technical Director Stefan Boberg has countered with his own uncertain statement, Tweeting "Never trust a man who badmouths and talks down all his ex-employers... but still attempts to gain credibility by association #nohire".

The original Mirror's Edge was released in 2008 to mixed acclaim, as a uniquely stylised first person free-running game. DICE is only currently confirmed to be working on the upcoming Battlefield 4, and supprting Frostbite Engine tech across a growing number of other EA-subsidiary studios.



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ravn0s
Posted 12:37pm 22/11/12
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Pinky
Posted 01:23pm 22/11/12
That's a pretty ordinary statement from the Tech Director. I would be pulling him aside and telling him to keep that s*** to himself.
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