Mirror's Edge 2 has been canceled, according to a report on Swedish site Press 2 Play TV.
The translated news:
"Patrick [Soderlund - EA driving and shooting game boss] acknowledges that Mirror's Edge didn't match up to their expectations regarding sales, and that has stopped the sequel that has been in development," declared the report, published originally in December. "EA was shown a prototype, but declined with askance. The project has been stopped - involved parties at DICE are working on something else now. Patrick himself seems to have Mirror's Edge near his heart, but they are not in the business of charity."
According to EA's prez John Ritccitello back in December 2009, first-person running game Mirror's Edge "deserved" a sequel, although, if this report is to believed, it's not going to happen.