Burnout Paradise Remaster Seemingly Confirmed

Burnout Paradise Remaster Seemingly Confirmed

Burnout Paradise Remaster Seemingly Confirmed

Now Gemastu reports that a physical edition of Burnout Paradise is seemingly set to release in Japan on March 16, 2018 for PlayStation 4.

The remaster will be released on March 16 and will cost 4,104 yen, which is about $36 United States dollars. The remaster has been rumored for a while and, as GamesPress reported, the game was rated by the Brazilian Ratings Board a while ago, implying that it will be released outside of Japan.

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Last year, Gamepress.br unearthed a similar listing for Burnout Paradise on PS4 and Xbox One, this one dated for a March 1 launch date. It's all fine and dandy, except the actual game is not real - or hasn't been announced just yet.

Burnout Paradise first released all the way back in 2008, the critically acclaimed title wowed gamers with its intense gameplay, open playground environment which was endless fun, and the title even boasted very impressive crash deformation.

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EA has not revealed its intentions to remaster Burnout Paradise, or any of the many requested games in its back catalogue.

Thankfully you won't need to wait until March to play it on Xbox One because Burnout Paradise is a backward compatible title.

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