Burnout Paradise Remastered first came to light in December 2017 when Brazilian site GamePress found a listing for the game in database of a local supplier. Burnout Paradise Remastered will be released on Xbox One on March 16th, 2018 for £39.99 or regional equivalent. There hasn't been a new Burnout, however, since the release of Burnout Paradise ten years ago in 2008. EA has announced that Burnout Paradise Remastered will be arriving on March 16. Instead of indivual racing tracks that were a cornerstone of previous entries in the franchise, Paradise featured an open-world. 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 Access members can start racing early on March 9 with the Play First Trial for 10 hours of unrestricted gameplay.
Now Burnout Paradise is back as EA has released a trailer for Burnout Paradise Remastered. Do you think this was the best choice for remastering a Burnout game or should they have selected a different title? This pretty much confirms that Burnout Paradise is coming out next month, on the PS4 at least.