EA's BURNOUT PARADISE REMASTERED Will Race Onto Nintendo Switch at Some Point This Year


Category: Racing Games

EA's BURNOUT PARADISE REMASTERED Will Race Onto Nintendo Switch at Some Point This Year

Unlike Activision and Ubisoft, Electronic Arts has never been interested in bringing its diverse portfolio to Nintendo Switch — thankfully, Burnout Paradise Remastered will officially make its way to the best-selling home console/portable device hybrid.

During the recent Nintendo Direct Mini, EA announced that Criterion Games' Burnout Paradise Remastered will race onto Nintendo Switch in 2020. "Packed with 8 pieces of extra content, with 130+ vehicles, new areas to explore such as Big Surf Island, and hundreds of online challenges, embrace high-octane stunts and wanton destruction in one of the greatest arcade racers," the publisher explained.

According to EA, the upcoming port of Burnout Paradise Remastered will be "fully optimised for the Nintendo Switch in 60 FPS, including pinch-and-pull map control for ease of navigation. Burnout Paradise Remastered is the ultimate driving playground to play with friends or on-the-go."

Burnout Paradise Remastered originally hit stores in March 2018 and is available now for PS4, XBO and PC.

While we still don't know when exactly Burnout Paradise Remastered will be released on Nintendo Switch, be sure to take a closer look at the critically acclaimed racing game in the action-packed trailer down below:

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