Burnout Paradise originally released almost 10 years ago for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC. (That listing has since been confirmed with a release date of March 16th by the same source.) We now know for certain that Burnout Paradise Remastered is very much a real thing and is making its way to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One next month. The title took the racing game into an open world setting, retaining the crashing and smashing mechanics that made previous entries so fun, but making it so that you could drive to events rather than selecting them from a menu.
A banner image has surfaced online, (courtesy of Reddit) with upcoming PS4 titles that seem to be up for Pre-Order, including God of War, Assassin's Creed Rogue, A Way Out and of course Burnout Paradise, check out the image below.
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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. This includes the extension to the drivable world via Big Surf Island.
Burnout Paradise Remastered will be available in both digital and physical forms and will cost £34.99 when it launches on console this March.
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Webster also went on to say that Burnout Paradise Remastered will have the trademark stunt driving and the speed found in other Burnout games. The PC version will be available later in the year via Origin and will include all the DLC for the first time.
Now, ten years later, Burnout Paradise is making an appearance on PlayStation 4 as Burnout Paradise Remastered.
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