Burnout Paradise Remastered is just a day away from launch, however, those with EA access can enjoy the remaster before it launches. Given that the game supports native 4K resolution on PC and Xbox One X, we are here to do a Burnout Paradise Remastered 4K Graphics Comparison between PC and Xbox One X.
As you can see the Burnout Paradise Remastered 4K Graphics Comparison in the video below and for some reason, the Xbox One X version of the game looks better compared to the PC version at 4K.
The first comparison is the shadows and the Xbox One X version of the game has much better shadow quality compared to PC and it seems that the PC version lacks the option for Ambient Occlusion.
Not only that, the overall texture quality on Xbox One X is way better compared to PC. The textures in the Xbox One X version of the game are very crisp and defined while the PC version textures seem like 1080p textures stretched out for native 4K.
You can also check out our graphics comparison for the original version and the remastered version of Burnout Paradise which showcases just how much the game has been improved in the remastered version compared to the original.
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.
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 launches for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 and will launch on March 16, 2018.