Published: Tue, February 20, 2018
Sci-tech | By Eric Barnett

Burnout Paradise: Remastered Coming To PS4 & Xbox One On March 16th

Burnout Paradise: Remastered Coming To PS4 & Xbox One On March 16th

Having originally released just over ten years ago, Burnout Paradise is one of the more popular games in the racing series and features an open-world rather than linear races.

Paradise also, sadly, looks like it could end up being the last major entry in the series.

The game will run in native 1080p on PlayStation 4 and Xbox hardware, and EA promises 4K resolution and 60 frames per-second on PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox One X.

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Big Surf Island: Introduces an all-new district to Paradise City with fresh discoverables, events, online challenges, and nine new vehicles.

Webster also went on to say that Burnout Paradise Remastered will have the trademark stunt driving and the speed found in other Burnout games. EA Access members can start racing early on March 9 with the Play First Trial for 10 hours of unrestricted gameplay. A PC version is in the works which will bring Big Surf Island to the platform for the first time. Do you think this was the best choice for remastering a Burnout game or should they have selected a different title? In fact, we all suspected the reason the Xbox 360 version of Burnout Paradise was delisted in January was because the rumoured remaster was on its way.

Burnout Paradise: Remastered has been rumoured for a while now, earning the title of the worst kept secret in gaming, at least in recent memory. This pretty much confirms that Burnout Paradise is coming out next month, on the PS4 at least.

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