Burnout Paradise Remastered Releasing Next Month

Delia Watkins
February 21, 2018

The Remaster will not only include the base game, but all eight add-ons from the Year of Paradise as well.

This is, hands down, the best way to experience one of the best games in the Burnout franchise. Paradise paved the way for games like Forza Horizon and The Crew years later.

Players will be taken back to Paradise City in 4K and at 60fps on PS4 Pro and Xbox One X.

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Burnout offered a ideal blend of slick racing and spectacular vehicle crashes, so when I heard the rumour that Burnout Paradise (arguably the best entry in the series) was headed to PS4 in March, I began to get excited. “Burnout Paradise is an open world arcade racer built to provide players the thrill of racing with their friends, in a free form way thats both seamless and immersive. Criterion Games most recently worked on the Need For Speed series and contributed work towards Star Wars: Battlefront II, but the question still remains as to whether this remaster is a sign of a future sequel or a swan song for the series. If you're an EA Access member, you can play the game as early as March 9. Remastered will also feature the entire original soundtrack, with Killswitch Engage and Avril Lavigne unfortunately returning alongside Guns N' Roses' anthemic "Paradise City". I still remember buying that last one hoping for split-screen and getting a round robin style game mode. The game will release in March. It will be available later this year on Origin for PC, bringing the Big Surf Island add-on to PC players for the very first time.

When Burnout Paradise Remastered launches on PS4, Xbox One, and PC, it'll cost $39.99 and it'll only be available digitally.

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