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Resume Outs Mirror's Edge 2 And Battlefield: Bad Company 3

Posted on Wednesday, May 16 @ 10:39:22 Eastern by Keri_Honea


I swear that as soon as I hit the "Publish" button on the Saints Row 4 news, this story popped up on GameInformer.

The long and short of it is that yet another resume has leaked an announcement for a game that may be in progress or may have been canceled. In this case, the resume is for a programming student who was part of a focus group for the unannounced Mirror's Edge 2 and Battlefield: Bad Company 3

It would be easy to dismiss this student's reume if it were not for the fact that it also lists participation in a focus group for the upcoming Devil May Cry. So perhaps there is some validity here? Who knows at which stage in development for these games these focus groups took place, so it's possible that these games are in super early stages or they're ready to be announced at E3.

If the latter is true, I'm going to give up on ever hoping for surprises at an E3 ever again.


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