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Burnout Paradise Remastered Is Already On Sale For PS4 And Xbox One
You can already pick up EA's updated racing game at a discount.
Last week marked the release of Burnout Paradise Remastered, an updated version of EA's popular 2008 racing game. Despite only just launching, however, players already have a chance to pick it up at a discount.
As part of GameStop's big Play Days sale, Burnout Paradise Remastered is on sale right now for both PS4 and Xbox One. The game typically retails for $40, but for a limited time, you can grab it on either console for $30.
The Play Days sale is only available until April 1, giving you a few days to take advantage of its many game deals. In addition to Burnout Paradise Remastered, the sale encompasses a variety of other new and recently released titles--including Monster Hunter World, Call of Duty: WWII, and Destiny 2--as well as various collectibles and accessories. You can find the full list of discounted items on GameStop's website.
Burnout Paradise Remastered launched for PS4 and Xbox One on March 16, with a PC version slated to follow later this year. It includes a significantly improved version of the original Burnout Paradise, along with eight add-on packs plus the Legendary Cars pack, which introduced vehicles from movies such as Back to the Future and Ghostbusters.
GameSpot called Paradise "a superbly fun racer" and awarded it a 9/10 in our original Burnout Paradise review. Critic Alex Navarro wrote at the time, "Developer Criterion has invented a world wonderfully suited to Burnout's nature, a city built exclusively to cater to your destructive whims. And while a few design hitches here and there get in the way now and again, by and large Burnout Paradise delivers an experience that is both true to the Burnout name and wonderfully fresh-feeling all at once."
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