Hopes for a sequel are still alive.
According to DICE, there's still a market for a Mirror's Edge sequel, and the developer now knows what to do to make it 'reach a broader audience'.
"I think it's something that people are ready to get into again," DICE producer Patrick Liu told SPOnG when asked if the market would be receptive to a sequel.
"We see that there's a huge fan following, it's almost like a cult! And we know what strengths we had, and what weaknesses we had in that game. If we were to release a new game, we'd know what to improve and how to reach a broader audience. So I definitely think there's a market there."
Development of the sequel to the stylish first person platformer was stalled in February, putting the project in limbo. That's not to say it won't ever see the light of day, however.
DICE general manager Karl-Magnus Troedsson told VideoGamer.com last month that a sequel is more likely thanks to the success of Battlefield.
Keep those fingers crossed.