We all knew it was coming. The rumoured remaster was on its way and now it seems like it isn't just heading to Japan. Today, EA and developer Criterion confirmed that Burnout Paradise Remastered
is heading to PlayStation 4 as early as next month, ten years after the release of the original title.
Once again, players will head into Paradise City where there's a whole range of stunt opportunities to find and destruction to be caused. As well as the base game, Remastered
includes the eight DLC packs that were released during the PS3 version's first year: "Big Surf Island", "Cops and Robbers", "Legendary Cars", "Burnout Bikes", "Burnout Paradise Toys", "Burnout Paradise Party", "Burnout Paradise Boost", and "Burnout Paradise Cagney".
So what's new in the remaster? It will also include visual upgrades, with high resolution textures, and 4K and 60FPS support for the PlayStation 4 Pro. Take a look at the trailer below to see what you can expect next month.
Burnout Paradise Remastered
will be released on March 16th, 2018 for US$39.99 / £34.99 / €39,99.
We've got the full list of Burnout Paradise Remastered trophies
- check the list for guides to unlocking them.