A second retailer listing for Mirror's Edge 2 has emerged. A since-removed product page on Amazon's Italian arm suggests the sequel to the 2008 free-running game is coming exclusively to Xbox One.
Microsoft has pledged to release 15 Xbox One-exclusive titles during the platform's first 12 months, eight of which will be all-new franchises.
The listing has since been removed, though OXM was able to capture it.
Last week, Amazon's German branch listed Mirror's Edge 2 for Xbox 360. A company representative told GameSpot at the time, "We appreciate fan enthusiasm for Mirror’s Edge, especially fans throughout the retail channel. This is not official EA material. We have nothing to announce at this time."
If Mirror's Edge 2 is in fact in development, it won't be much of a surprise. Former DICE developer Ben Cousins said in November that it is "general knowledge" in Stockholm (where DICE is located) that the game is in production.