Burnout Paradise Remastered Will Run At 4K/60FPS On Xbox One X And PS4 Pro

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Criterion Games and Electronic Arts have finally announced a Remastered version of Burnout Paradise for the current-gen consoles i.e. PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and PC. Burnout Paradise Remastered will launch worldwide on March 16, 2018, and if you are subscribers of EA Access on Xbox One then you will be able to play the game a week early i.e. starting from March 9, 2018. Sadly, PC players will have to wait a bit longer to get their hands on the Burnout Paradise Remastered as it will launch at some time later this year.

Burnout Paradise Remastered Screenshot

According to the details revealed by Electronic Arts and Criterion Games, Burnout Paradise Remastered will have support for high-resolution textures, and it will run at 4K/60FPS on PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox One X. The Remastered Edition of the game will include the complete base game, all 8 DLCs released so far (full list of content is provided below).

  • Burnout Paradise Base Game
  • Big Surf Island
  • Party Pack
  • Burnout Bikes
  • Boost Special
  • Legendary Cars
  • Cagney Update
  • Toys
  • Cops & Robbers Pack

You guys can watch the announcement trailer below. It will give you a glimpse of how much improvement has been made to the graphics and visuals department.

“When people think of Criterion Games, they often remember the Burnout franchise and for good reason. What we created 10 years ago, is as fun and unique today as it was back then,” said Matt Webster, General Manager at Criterion Games. “Burnout Paradise is an open-world arcade racer built to provide players the thrill of racing with their friends, in a free-form way that’s both seamless and immersive. Featuring Criterion’s trademark speed and destruction with awesome stunts and spectacular crashes. With the release of this remaster, we’re able to share this action-packed ride

and innovate online vehicle with a whole new generation of players.”

Burnout Paradise was released on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC in 2008. It is almost a 10-year-old game, but still worth a buy with improved graphics and visuals.

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