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The PC version of Burnout Paradise Remastered comes out next week, developer Criterion has announced. It launches on 21st August.But you can play it now if…
Burnout Paradise Remastered will launch on PC next Tuesday, Criterion games has announced.The Remastered version of Criterion’s open-world racer released on console back in February, but PC players have had to wait another six months for the game to career into their particular intersection.While Burnout Paradise Remastered will become available for general purchase on August 21st, if you subscribe to Origin Access, you can play right now. Subscribers to the basic version of access can play a ten-hour trial, while users of the premium version can play the full game immediately.2018 has proved surprisingly fruitful for destruction-centric racers. In June, Bugbear Entertainment’s Wreckfest launched out of Early Access, proving to be a fun, if somewhat limited racer. Meanwhile, former Criterion devs Three Fields Entertainment released another spiritual homage to Burnout’s crash mode in the form of Danger Zone 2.It’ll be interesting to see how Paradise stacks up aga
Criterion Games has announced a release date for the PC version of Burnout Paradise Remastered.
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