Burnout Paradise HD Might Be Heading to PlayStation 4 This March

Electronic Arts will launch a Burnout Paradise HD Remaster for PlayStation 4 in Japan on March 16. The upcoming open-world racer is a high-definition and a remaster version of Burnout Paradise that launched almost 10 years ago for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC.

Back in December, there was rumors of a high-definiton Burnout Paradise remaster for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One appeared on Brazilian site GamePress, which listed every version in a supplier database. The launch date was recorded as March 1.

Eventhough it was initially planned just for a Japan release, the rest of the world will probably get it at a later date. Gematsu reported that the game will cost 4,104 yen ($36). Electronic Arts has not provide any comments regarding the reports and it does seems like a remastered version is likely to be launched soon.

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