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Burnout Paradise Remastered for Nintendo Switch Gets Gameplay Trailer


Ahead of its release for the Nintendo Switch on June 19, EA and Stellar have released a new gameplay trailer for their destruction-heavy racer Burnout Paradise Remastered.

In Burnout Paradise Remastered, players will be able to race in a massive open world at a full 60 frames per second. As they blaze a trail of destruction, they can either tear it up solo or in its online multiplayer, with support for up to eight other players. Local party play (where people pass the controller or console) will also make its way to the title.

Along the way, players can amass a garage of more than 150 different rides and take partake in 120 unique events. To goad players along with all of their smashing and crashing, more than 80 different tracks will make their way to the soundtrack.

As the ultimate edition of the title, all eight DLC packs that originally made their release will be included in the Nintendo Switch version. These include the Cops and Robbers pack, Legendary Cars, Burnout Bikes, and Big Surf Island. Also included in this release are high-resolution textures and pinch-and-pull map controls.

Learn more with the trailer below:

Burnout Paradise Remastered Nintendo Switch – 8 High-Octane Truths

All those interested in picking this racer up can pre-order the title here ahead of launch.

Source: Press Release
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