A recent announcement from EA confirmed that "Retired Paradise" will land on Nintendo Switch in June.
The official statement confirms that Burnout Paradise Remastered will be released for Nintendo Switch on June 19, 2020. If you plan to buy it, you can now visit the official pre-order page.
The "Retired Edition of Burnout Paradise" of "Switch" was originally announced in Nintendo Direct in March, but the release date was not confirmed until today. The initial announcement contained a series of detailed information about the Switch port's re-creation of the iconic racing game in 2018.
According to the original Direct statement, Burnout Paradise Remastered will be fully optimized for the Switch and will run at 60 FPS. It also has eight major expansions of the original game, including legendary cars, burnout bikes and more.
You can view the original trailer below.
Today ’s announcement also includes detailed information that outlines the features of online games and local cooperatives. It writes: "Travel through traffic and join eight other players to rule the road in adrenaline-stimulating online competitions and social challenges, or pass controllers (or consoles) at local parties."
Interestingly, "Burnout Paradise Remastered" will be the first Burnout entry ported to a Nintendo console in 18 years. The last Burnout title that can be played on the Nintendo console is Burnout 2: Point of Impact released for GameCube.
The port is handled by Stellar Entertainment, and the team includes former Criterion developers.
If you are curious about whether the port is worth picking up, check out our original review of Burnout Paradise Remastered. In addition, you should definitely read our work on the city of paradise, which outlines the reasons why the burnout series stands out.
"Retired Paradise Burnout" is scheduled to launch on Nintendo Switch on June 19, 2020. You can now book.
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