Textures have been improved with higher resolutions, and the remaster also supports 4K and 60fps on PS4 Pro and Xbox One X.
EA has confirmed they're working on Burnout Paradise Remastered, which will be released on both consoles and the PC and will include almost all of the DLC from Burnout Paradise. The game is also coming to the PC via EA's Origin platform later this year although unfortunately, no specific launch date for PC was provided.
EA Officially Announces Burnout Paradise Remaster, Out Next Month
The remaster brings along the base game with all its updates, as well as the DLC packs - minus Time Savers - that were released for it. Part of me wants Remastered to be wildly successful so that EA will finally stop dragging their feet and get to making new Burnout games even though the original developers at Criterion have now moved on to other projects.
Featuring Criterion's trademark speed and destruction with awesome stunts and spectacular crashes. Hopefully, though, the release of Burnout Paradise Remastered will set the stage for another installment to come. It featured a unique open world design in Paradise City, where every street corner held a race or event. As a discerning PC player, you may wonder why you should be interested in the re-release when you can already play Paradise at that level of graphical fidelity.
Those who are EA Access members will be able to start racing in Burnout Paradise Remastered as early as March 9, 2018 thanks to the Play First Trial that will include up to 10 hours of unrestricted gameplay.