Burnout returns to Paradise City this March with a brand-new remaster for current-gen consoles.

Burnout Paradise Gets Remastered

Burnout returns to Paradise City this March with a brand-new remaster for current-gen consoles.

It’s been nine years since Burnout Paradise graced the PS3 and Xbox 360. Since then, EA and Criterion have focused on the Need for Speed series, with the latter handing it over to Ghost Games as lead developer for the franchise, and the Burnout series has been quiet since. However, EA has teamed with Stellar Entertainment to remaster Burnout: Paradise for modern consoles.

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Releasing on March 16th at $39.99, Paradise Remastered will contain all DLC from the original game, while also running at 60 FPS in 4K, supporting Xbox One X and PS4 Pro. It’s also confirmed to come out on PC, but no word on when that version will be released.

EA originally had no plans to remaster any of its games, but it would seem that they’ve changed their mind on that decision. Check out the trailer for it below:

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Burnout Paradise Gets Remastered
Burnout returns to Paradise City this March with a brand-new remaster for current-gen consoles.

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