There are an array of video games to choose from, but a special genre is racing ones. Who doesn't like the rev of an engine and the thrill of cruising down streets in L.A. or other beautiful areas? Racing games offer something else for gamers and for car enthusiasts.

An announcement confirmed by multiple outlets indicates that the beloved Racing Game "Burnout Paradise," will be getting a remastered version and heading out on the PS4, Xbox One, and PC in March. Here the full details on what the game will include and when it will arrive.

Remastered games galore

There have been a lot of confirmed anticipated games, but there also have been a lot of remastered games that arrived on modern consoles. Game franchises such as "Jak and Daxter Collection," "Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy," "Shadow of the Colossus," "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered," and "Bioshock: The Collection."

Sony and Microsoft have put many stellar franchise games onto their systems to bask in the past and hold off gamers till great games arrive in the near future or later. Sony specifically has a bunch of exclusives coming out this year and next.

E3 is also close by and there is bound to be big announcements made on games and even on the arrival of new technology.

Till then, there are many terrific remastered games to play on both consoles, while "Burnout Paradise" is on the way.

The details

An article by Polygon, written by Allegra Frank, gives full details into the remastered game. "Burnout Paradise Remastered," an enhanced version of developer Criterion Games' classic open-world racing game, will launch on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on March 16 for $39.99, publisher Electronic Arts announced." A fair price for an updated game that was very popular and terrific released about ten years ago.

And the updated version will support 4K resolution for the PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox One X. These two consoles support 4K. For others, "EA said the remaster will run "natively" in 1080p on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, as well as 60fps on all platforms." So despite it not running in 4K on all consoles, it will run at 60fps, which is very good.

And "Burnout Paradise," will include all other content that was on it previously. One add-on that unlocks all vehicles will not be available. It is also unclear if there will be a Nintendo Switch version.


Individuals who have EA access will be able to play the game for up to 10 hours starting on March 9, as described in the Polygon article. At the time, "Burnout Paradise" was praised for its open world and exciting driving system. Many gamers praised and enjoyed the "Burnout" series for its exciting gameplay, amazing cars, and beautiful open worlds. It was challenging and brought something different than other games.

Go out and purchase this remastered version of one of the best racing games made on March 16. A video below displays the action and updated visuals.