Burnout Paradise Remastered Coming To PS4, Xbox One And PC

Burnout Paradise Remastered Release Date Leaked

Players will be taken back to Paradise City in 4K and at 60fps on PS4 Pro and Xbox One X. Shortly after the leak, comes an official confirmation, alongside a trailer.

Criterion Games, today announced Burnout Paradise Remastered will become available 16 March on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, inviting players to wreak havoc and unleash automotive anarchy once more.

Burnout Paradise Remasted will include the original base game plus the eight add-on game packs that released during the Year of Paradise, including Big Surf Island.

The remaster will certainly breathe new life into the Burnout series and hints that Criterion Games are not finished with their beloved IP.

Burnout Paradise, in case you'd forgotten, is an excellent open world racing game. Remastered will also feature the entire original soundtrack, with Killswitch Engage and Avril Lavigne unfortunately returning alongside Guns N' Roses' anthemic "Paradise City". "With the release of this remaster, we're able to share this action-packed ride with a whole new generation of players". This means that the Big Surf Island expansion that never released on the PC version will finally be available to fans on the platform.

That being said, Paradise is a great game and definitely worth checking out if you've somehow not played it over the last 10 years. The game supports up to four players in online sessions, but you can also participate in offline multiplayer.

You'll get to experience the intensity of each race and the full roster of 150 cars and bikes in the native 1080p resolution.

Burnout Paradise is back and it is coming to Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

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