A number of LinkedIn profiles belonging to former Electronic Arts employees appear to have outed the sequels, which have yet to be announced by the publisher.
LinkedIn user Michael Joseph C claims to have "provided video game prototype, design and demo feedback on various AAA titles including Battlefield: Bad Company 3, Dead Space 2, Devil May Cry 5 and other unannounced titles", between 2009 and 2011, reports Gamerzines.
A former Software Engineer, meanwhile, says that he worked on Mirror's Edge 2 back in 2009, implementing "the wandering of crowd system within Unreal 3 engine".
Another ex-employee claims to have worked on Mirror's Edge 2's leaderboards, as well as a mini-game, which is embedded into the game's story.
He also takes credit for implementing "new gadgets and interactive features" into Mirror's Edge 2.
Electronic Arts confirmed that it had set up a small team to begin work on Mirror's Edge back in 2009.
Subsequent reports suggested that the game had been canceled. EA responded by calling Mirror's Edge an important franchise, but failed to offer any additional details.
Watch a trailer for the original Mirror's Edge below: