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Mirror's Edge Companion for Windows 10 Mobile can track your Catalyst progress

Electronic Arts has released its official Mirror's Edge Companion app for Windows 10 Mobile. It's designed to help players of the just released PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 game Mirror's Edge Catalyst to keep track of their progress in its fictional city, among other features.

Here's a quick look at the app's features

  • Fully rendered 3D map of the City of Glass
  • Track your game data: Game progression, Social playground, Player profile
  • Learn more about the world of Mirror's Edge Catalyst with Intel & lore database
  • Follow your friends and other players to stay informed of their activity
  • Manage your User Generated Content: Create your own challenges, Access other players content
  • Customize your experience: Unlock new Runner Tag elements via in game achievements and trials, Create your own unique Runner tag
  • Bookmark your favorite content

Mirror's Edge Catalyst is a first-person action game where the player moves through the futuristic city of Glass using parkour movements. It is on sale now.

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  • Was just in process of Tipping! Hopefully I'll get to play it this weekend, if I can get the other half away from the console long enough!
  • Well I didn't see that coming!!! They never released the battlefront app so I figured no way this was coming!
  • I didn't either, but the other half told me last night there's a section that needs the app to continue gameplay. So I'm glad I can play now.
  • That's incredibly daft if that's the case. Still a lot of people without smartphones, especially younger peeps =/
  • You can access all of this same data via the webpage too, so the app isn't really necessary.
  • & they barely supported autolog which of the last update to Origin security rendered useless
  • Since this is one of the few games that support Windows Mobile, I might buy it.
  • Anyone else remember SmartGlass, it was cool.