Burnout Paradise Remastered will also be available on the PC through Origin later this year, no set release date has been announced yet. Burnout Paradise proved to be a welcome departure from the previous formula.
A spokesperson for the publisher made it known through the Polygon's pages that there is now nothing to announce regarding the arrival of Burnout Paradise on the Nintendo Switch.
Burnout Paradise Remastered is coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One next month, but why not the Nintendo Switch? . Burnout Paradise Remastered will launch worldwide on March 16, 2018, and if you are subscribers of EA Access on Xbox One then you will be able to play the game a week early i.e. starting from March 9, 2018.
All of the European PlayStation Stores include a mention of in-game purchases in the Burnout Paradise Remastered listing, which has made more than one gamer worry. More substantially for PC players, it also brings together the full set of DLC from all platforms into a single package for the first time.
Burnout Paradise will deliver the same action-packed experience that gripped gamers when the title first came out.
Developer Criterion Software is back on board, along with fellow United Kingdom studio Stellar Entertainment Software, to make it happen. Could this be the start of older EA titles coming back to the spotlight? According to the description, Burnout Paradise Remastered will allow, "Players will be transported back into the world of Paradise City to tear it up in the ultimate driving playground, from hectic downtown avenues to the wild mountain roads".