Burnout Paradise HD Remaster coming to PS4 on March 16 in Japan

Open-world racing game remastered.

Burnout Paradise

Electronic Arts will release a Burnout Paradise HD Remaster (title tentative) for PlayStation 4 in Japan on March 16 for 4,104 yen.

The game is a high-definiton remaster of the 2008-launched PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC open-world racer.

In early December, rumors of a high-definiton Burnout Paradise remaster for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One appeared on Brazilian blog GamePress, which cited listings for each version in a supplier database. The release date was listed as March 1.

That said, while only a PlayStation 4 version seems to be planned for Japan (physically, at least), it will more than likely launch for both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One for the rest of the world.

Thanks, @Renka_schedule.

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