The remastered version of the adrenaline-fuelled title will feature the base game plus eight pieces of additional content, which were originally released during the 'Year of Paradise'. In addition to this, there's support for 4K resolution and 60fps gameplay on the PS4 Pro and Xbox One X.
Burnout Paradise Cagney: Includes two brand new vehicles and additional "community" vehicle finishes plus online game modes. Paradise was the last entry in the main series, with just one more Burnout title later released on mobile devices in 2010. 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.
Burnout Paradise Remastered will launch at $39.99.
Burnout Paradise is getting a remaster for current gen consoles and it's slated to arrive in March.
EA Access members will also get to play Burnout Paradise Remastered before its worldwide released, starting on March 9 through a Play First Trial on Xbox One.
Burnout Paradise takes the same takedowns and crashes from the prior games in the Burnout series and combines them with open-world driving so there's stunts and races you can drive all around Paradise City to discover. The game will be available later this year on EA Origin on PC as players will be able to experience the Big Surf Island add-on for the first time.
Burnout Paradise Remastered will bring the same destructive racing action you loved from the original (or found less inspiring compared to Burnout 3) to PS4, with lots of extras for this release.