If you were looking forward to playing Mirror's Edge on your PC this fall, prepare for disappointment. Shacknews reports that DICE's futuristic first-person free-running title won't hit Windows machines until this winter (possibly next year).
If you have an Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3 in your living room, though, you'll be able to get your hands on the title sooner than that. According to Shacknews, EA plans to release Mirror's Edge on November 11 for the two consoles, and a demo of the game will hit the Xbox Live Marketplace and PlayStation Store some time before launch day. The demo will include "a tutorial and an early segment of the single-player story mode," and players who pre-order Mirror's Edge from September 26 onward will get access to a "Time Trial mode" in the demo.
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