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Mirror's Edge

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Title Screen

Mirror's Edge

Developer: EA DICE
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Platforms: Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Windows
Released in JP: December 11, 2008 (PS3/360), January 22, 2009 (PC)
Released in US: November 11, 2008 (PS3/360), January 12, 2009 (PC)
Released in EU: November 14, 2008 (PS3/360), January 16, 2009 (PC)
Released in AU: November 13, 2008 (PS3/360), January 15, 2009 (PC)
Released in KR: November 11, 2008 (PS3/360), January 20, 2009 (PC)
Released in AS: November 11, 2008 (PS3/360)

AreasIcon.png This game has unused areas.
MusicIcon.png This game has unused music.
PiracyIcon.png This game has anti-piracy features.

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Lots more unused content.

Join protagonist Faith Connors as she runs for her life in a shiny authoritarian utopia where purple is illegal.

Unused Music



A variation to the battle theme heard when exiting the storm drain via crane. Part of this can be heard on the official soundtrack.


Separately mixed 24-second loops of Jacknife's chase theme, each missing instruments.



Going by filenames, the theme heard when the chopper shows up comes after both of these similar unused tracks.


Heat doesn't feature any jumping puzzle/room escape sequences.

New Eden


There isn't anywhere this could have been used without the ambient music locations being shuffled around or level being longer - it ends right as the previous ambient track plays (going by filename, a very accurate reflection of the game's linear progression).



An ambient theme that again going by filename, should have gone before the one that is used at the very beginning of the level.


Two pieces of music for a chase sequence that would have come some time before chasing down the masked runner (the only chase in this level).


Intended to follow the end-level battle theme, suggesting the fight was intended to be much longer, or there was another fight after it.

The Shard

While this sounds like a just a minor variation on the server room's battle theme, the naming scheme points to this being a completely separate battle - most likely the scrapped "final boss" encounter on the helipad.

SP 07

SP_07 is the internal name for Boat, which has no playable rooftop or tunnel areas as it takes place on a boat. Files consist of older material already released as part of a Solar Fields or H.U.V.A. Network album. They are very short and rather different than anything used in the game, and probably reflect a level that was cut very early on.


Uses the song "Swimming With Stones" by Solar Fields.


Uses the song "Morning Call - Dawn Remix" by H.U.V.A. Network.


Uses the song "Indigo Room" by H.U.V.A. Network.


Uses the song "Moon Town" by H.U.V.A. Network.


Uses the song "Majestic Feeling" by Solar Fields.

Nonexistent levels

Unlike the above, these short tracks aren't identified as belonging to any particular level.


Uses the song "Zero Rotation" by Solar Fields.


Uses the song "Nea 3" by Solar Fields.

Low drums

Cut/Unused Levels

Prison Level

Cafeteria/Hallway of the level

According to some concept art found in the Unlockables section of the game, there was planned to be a prison level in the game that could've taken place in Chapter 3 or Chapter 8. The reason for this level's removal is unknown.

MirrorsEdge Prison2.png

Also present is concept art of what appears to be an interrogation room. Likely could've been a cutscene.


If the game thinks it has been pirated, checkpoints throughout the game will be activated, causing Faith to do unusual things. The most notable example is when Faith slows down as she approaches ledges requiring fast speeds to get past, thus making progress past these ledges impossible.

Flyby Demo

Flyby demo can be seen by adding -flybyflight to the startup options.