Burnout Paradise Remastered set to be Released Soon!



I'm terrible at car/racing games but there has always been one exception to this, it was a game my two little sisters introduced me to as they spent hours on it, it gave them so much happness playing it and I can see why that game is Burnout Paradise, it originally came out in 2008 which was 10 years ago, I can't quite believe how long ago that was to be honest because it will still remain a great game in my eyes and now it's been remastated and is coming out on March 16th, yes you heard that right. I sound far too excited but I'm sure those who loved it as much as I will understand why even the soundtrack was awesome to listen to, I had Paradise City stuck in my head for about 2 years because of this game.

Burnout Paradise is an open world racing game it was originally released on PS3, Xbox 360 and Microsoft Windows, it came out later for Xbox players in 2009 and was made backwards compatible with Xbox one in 2016, some may say it's a bit pointless remastering it for Xbox One if it's already compatible but the remastered version will have super high resolution which can make the world of difference for some players. It's the seventh game from the Burnout series which were all made by Criterion Games, in 2011 Burnout Crash was released but it wasn't that great, to be honest, nothing to write home about compared to Burnout Paradise. In Burnout Paradise you're able to compete in different races with other players or offline, you can wreak havoc and unleash anarchy once more, it's like a huge car playground for players, my friends were huge fans of buying the different cars and invested a lot of time and money into the game.

The remastered version of Burnout Paradise includes the original base game, eight add-on game packs which were released during the year of paradise, this includes the extension to the drivable world with Big Surf Island. It shall feature a range of technical enhancements which includes high-resolution textures for players to explore the city in 4K with supporting 60FPS on PS4 Pro and Xbox One. I think I'm going to have to convince my partner to get it so we can play it in 4K, I'm sure he will be more than happy to.

Burnout Paradise Remastered will be available for £34.99 on PS4 and Xbox One on March 16th but PC players will have to wait a little longer as it won't be available to buy till later on this year. Check out the trailer below:



- Elle R

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