'Mirror's Edge' Jumps To PSN Next Week!

Sony always seems to drop some interesting tidbits during The Official Playstation Blogcast and this week they didn't let us down. Last week we found out Borderlands 2 would be hitting the PlayStation Network the same day it came to retail (Sept. 18th) and now it appears Mirror's Edge is also about to get the digital treatment.

Sure, the game has been around for awhile and is already available as a digital download via Steam, Origin and the Xbox Marketplace for around $15 to $20 depending on your platform. But PSN is a pretty logical next step and for anyone who decided to hold off on the title, this would be a great time to finally pick it up.

Unfortunately, the blogcast didn't reveal how much the game would cost when it hits the Sony's digital storefront, but we don't expect it will set you back any more than current digital offerings. I guess we'll just have to wait until September 25th when we can start adding it to our download queue.

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