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Burnout Paradise Remastered Graphics Comparison Shows Just How Much Better It Is From The Original

Fans had been waiting for a Burnout Paradise remaster for quite some time and EA is bringing it to them this March. The game will feature 4K support for Xbox One X and PS4 Pro along with other graphical features for Xbox One and PS4 and let us see how the Burnout Paradise remastered fares when compared to the original version.

As you can see in the video below, courtesy of Cycu1, there is a clear resolution boost for the game in the remastered version compared to the original and colors are better in the Burnout Paradise remastered. Other than that the draw distance detail has also been increased.

Furthermore, there is much more detail in the game’s world compared to the original version, the vegetation is lush and the city itself looks more vibrant and lived in. The particle effects are much more prominent due to the powerful hardware of the current-gen consoles.

However, the game didn’t only get a resolution boost but, the texture quality has also seen improvement over the original. Furthermore, the texture filtering seems to be 16x in use for Burnout Paradise remastered as you can the terrain detail is very clear.

Furthermore, the upcoming remastered will not feature microtransactions which makes the deal, even more, sweeter for the fans. This step should also repair some PR damage that was done with microtransaction in Star Wars Battlefront 2.

Furthermore, this remaster also opens up a possibility of a possible sequel in the future as the publishers usually test out the demand of an IP with a remaster or remake of a previous title in the franchise.

Burnout Paradise remastered will launch on ]March 16, 2018, for PS4 and Xbox One and will be priced at $39.99 and the game will run at 60 FPS for both consoles.