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The loading screen sometimes says “If you see a rat the size of a car, you’re playing the wrong game.” This is a reference to an Easter egg in the original Mirror’s Edge where you could trigger the appearance of a giant rat.
Despite this reference making it sound as though the rat itself wouldn’t appear in Catalyst, fans found a way to see a train-sized rat by heading down the train tracks during the mission “The Shard.” If you can't find it or reach that area, it's because this currently is only possible in the PC version. It’s possible it will be added to the console versions later on, but there has been no sign of that yet.
There are five main types of collectibles. Surveillance Recordings appear as black tablets and let you hear audio recordings, Documents are found in black bags and let you read information, Secret Bags are indicated by graffiti of Faith’s symbol and a beep and usually require a platforming challenge, Gridleaks are yellow orbs that usually require a parkour challenge, and Electronic Parts are machines/panels you can interact with.
Surveillance Recordings can be found in the City of Glass, and Documents are common both in the City of Glass and inside buildings.
Use the video playlist below to help you find all of them in each area.
There is a series of surveillance recordings featuring audio from Haggard, Redford, and Sweetwater from the Battlefield: Bad Company series. There are five of these recordings, each titled Omnistat Gold. You can listen to the recordings in the video below.
As shown on Faith’s Beatlink HUD, her ID is #0451, most likely a nod to Ray Bradbury’s novel Fahrenheit 451, which takes place in a dystopian society.
If you fail the fragile delivery opportunity “The Lie,” which tasks you with delivering a cake, the resulting lines include “The cake was a lie,” a nod to the popular message in Portal.
There is a dash (race) named “Donkey in an Oven,” which may be a nod to the Youtuber “Ovendonkey,” who extensively covered Mirror’s Edge topics on his channel.
There are 22 “dashes” (races) in the game, and you’ll get a star ranking based on how quickly you complete it. You’ll need to use shortcuts to get the fastest time and earn three stars for each dash. Use the video below to help you find all 22 dashes and see how to complete each course with three stars.