We all knew that EA and Criterion are hard at work to remake the popular and extremely fun Burnout Paradise but we never got a confirmation on when the game will be released until today. A couple of Reddit users have spotted a retail banner that states the game will be released on March 16 for the PS4 and Xbox One.

Prior to this, we only knew that the remastered game will be releasing in Japan on the mentioned date and we expected that the game will release worldwide at a later date. Burnout Paradise is the last game in the Burnout franchise and just like the previous games, it received prases all-round from fans and newcomers for offering a huge open world and enhanced crash physics making the game very satisfying. In addition to that, they added new content that users were happy to pay for. The remastered game is said to run at 4K 60FPS on the PS4 Pro and Xbox One X and will include all previous DLC like Big Surf Island and all the special edition cars like the Delorean from Back to the Future and a Knight Rider-looking car.

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Pre-orders for the game has already open and game shops like Impulse are currently accepting pre-orders for the PS4 version and they have listed the game’s price as RM159. See you on the streets of Paradise City!