Mirror's Edge Catalyst
Faith crouched on the ledge of a building. EA/Mirror's Edge Catalyst

EA's forthcoming title "Mirror's Edge Catalyst" has been delayed once again. Game director Erik Odeldahl announced that the title has been pushed another two weeks, to June 7 in North America and June 9 in Europe, IGN reports. Odeldahl said the extra time needed will be used to address players feedback from the closed beta -- particularly the Social Play features.

"To support the Social Play features, we are using a brand new online technology," Odeldahl says. "We also want to make sure we have the opportunity and time to address player feedback from the Closed Beta."

The Social Play features include an asynchronous Beat L.E. mode that lets you mark elements in the world for other players, highlighting Easter eggs or shortcuts. Check out some of the Social Play features in the trailer below.

This is not the first delay for "Mirror's Edge Catalyst." The title was originally slated for Feb. 23, but was pushed back to May 24 late last year as DICE senior producer Sara Jansson said the team needed more time to polish the game's mechanics.

The new "Mirror's Edge" game was officially revealed in June 2013 at E3. The game was then featured a second time in June 2014 but this time around a prototype gameplay was briefly shown.

It was confirmed that the title would feature an open-world design and the protagonist, Faith, will no longer be able to use firearms. The game's Collector's Edition was revealed last year in the summer and will include a Faith figure, a steel case book, a lithograph, temporary tattoos and a storage box.

A "Mirror's Edge Catalyst" closed beta will kick off on April 22 and will be live through April 26. Until then, check out some in-game action in the exciting trailers below:

"Mirror's Edge Catalyst" will be available for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

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