EA 'Nothing To Announce' For Burnout Paradise On Nintendo Switch


Burnout Paradise Remastered will be released on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on March 16, along with all of the previously released DLC.

The official EA YouTube channel uploaded a new trailer that showcases and details what fans should expect from the upcoming racing game. It is digitally available in stores for $39.99 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

"When people think of Criterion Games, they often remember the Burnoutfranchise and for good reason".

Released back in 2008 and described as 'by far the most open and interesting Burnout game we've ever played, ' the original release of Burnout Paradise was a success across consoles and, a year later, Windows PCs. What we created 10 years ago, is as fun and unique today as it was back then.

Reddit user BOZO_7 captured a screenshot of Burnout Paradise Remastered's PSN page, which you can see below.

Ghost Games is the studio responsible for Need For Speed Payback, whose failure past year is likely to be the reason why EA authorised the Burnout Paradise remaster in the first place. Even if it's not immediately apparent, the game did get a slight facelift with improved textures and lighting as shown in comparison screenshots from the game's website.

Developer Criterion Software is back on board, along with fellow United Kingdom studio Stellar Entertainment Software, to make it happen.

Burnout Paradise will deliver the same action-packed experience that gripped gamers when the title first came out. The remaster will include all eight pieces of DLC, including the Big Surf Island update.

Not only is Burnout Paradise Remastered really happening but it seems as if EA is putting a genuine effort into recreating the decade-old original, including its soundtrack.