It will include all of the add-ons for the original game released as part of the Year in Paradise, except for the Time Savers.
EA says that Burnout Paradise Remastered will feature a variety of technical enhancements on console, including high resolution textures and the option to experience Paradise City in 4K at 60FPS on the PS4 Pro and Xbox One X. Unlike the Burnout Paradise: Ultimate Box which is now on Steam, however, the new PC remaster will include the previously console-only Big Surf Island expansion.
EA has confirmed what we all knew already: Burnout Paradise Remastered is real, and it's out in March. Pull off high-octane stunts and create insane auto destruction in one of the greatest arcade-driving games ever created. This includes the world extension Big Surf Island that players can explore, and when the PC version launches will be the first time it is available on the platform.
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Burnout Paradise: Remastered has been rumoured for a while now, earning the title of the worst kept secret in gaming, at least in recent memory. EA Access members can get in on the game early on March 9th via the Play First Trial.
Check out the Burnout Paradise Remastered trailer below.
When describing the game, Matt Webster, General Manager at Criterion Games, said, "Burnout Paradise is an open world arcade racer built to provide players the thrill of racing with their friends, in a free form way that's both seamless and immersive".