Update: We've got some good news! For those who were disappointed about Mirror's Edge getting delisted on Xbox, EA has since corrected the original post and confirmed that the game will be staying put. Phew!
"An earlier version of this announcement included Mirror's Edge. That was an error. We currently have no plans to remove Mirror’s Edge from digital storefronts."
Original story: EA and developer DICE have sadly revealed that four more of their back catalogue of titles will be removed from digital storefronts next month. All four games are from the Xbox 360 era, including the fan favourite Mirror's Edge.
The following Xbox games will no longer be purchasable digitally from April 28th, 2023:
A few months later, any online services for the above titles will also be discontinued, meaning existing owners will no longer be able to access online features. These four Xbox titles will go offline on December 8, 2023.
DICE has announced the news through a 'sunsetting announcement' post, as the team is now "shifting focus towards current and future" releases.
Now, the post doesn't specifically mention EA Play, but unfortunately, we're fully expecting these four to be removed from the library on the same date. That means that if they do leave the EA Play library, these titles will no longer be accessibly through Xbox Game Pass Ultimate either.