Electronic Arts finally announced the release date of the remaster of its old bestseller Burnout Paradise. Developed in 2008, the studio Criterion Games race with the open world has won positive reviews of critics and gamers, but EA chose to focus on its other brainchild – Need for Speed. Many were referring to rumors about a possible remake with a certain degree of skepticism, and the company itself stubbornly remained silent. Until last night.
In the debut trailer, the authors focus on the technical improvements of the game, promising a clear study of textures and unprecedented realism of the picture. The novelty will support 1080p resolution on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles, and the lucky owners of PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox One X will be able to enjoy 4K at 60 frames per second. He works as a remaster, by the way, not Criterion, but the Stellar Entertainment team.
In the rest, we are waiting for the same huge sunny world of racing and epic car accidents. Updated Burnout Paradise will include all previously released DLC, and this is almost a hundred different models of cars, a dozen trails, and many additional tests.
Paradise will be released on March 16 on consoles and will cost $ 39.99 . Particularly impatient can subscribe to the EA Access service: they will have access to the race already on the 9th. The PC version, alas, will be delayed: it will make its debut later this year and will be distributed through the digital distribution service Origin.