Burnout Paradise Remastered for Switch launches June 19

60 frames per second, high-resolution textures, and pinch-and-pull map controls.

Burnout Paradise Remastered

The Switch version of Burnout Paradise Remastered will launch on June 19 for $49.99, publisher Electronic Arts announced. Pre-orders are available now via the Nintendo eShop.

Burnout Paradise Remastered first launched for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in March 2018

Here is an overview of the Switch version, via Electronic Arts:

  • The Definitive Burnout Paradise Experience – Wreak havoc in Paradise City on-the-go with Burnout Paradise Remastered on Nintendo Switch! Fully remastered and meticulously recreated, Burnout Paradise Remastered delivers the complete original game with eight downloadable content packs, including the Cops and Robbers pack, Legendary Cars, Burnout Bikes, and Big Surf Island with new locations, challenges, and vehicles to discover.
  • The Ultimate Driving Playground – Forget the rulebook as you blaze a path of speed and destruction throughout Paradise City. Smash through traffic and rule the roads in adrenaline-fuelled online races and social challenges with up to eight other players, or pass the controller (or console!) in local party play.
  • Full-Throttle Graphics – Optimized for the Nintendo Switch with a range of technological enhancements, soak in the sights of an open world in 60 glorious frames per second, high-resolution textures, and pinch-and-pull map controls.

Read more about the Switch version here.

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