Almost two years have passed since the release of Burnout Paradise Remastered for the PC, PS4 and Xbox One, it seems that now it is the turn of Nintendo Switch to enter the lot of platforms where the game will be available. This is because, according to what was announced today by Nintendo itself, we know that this game will arrive soon with all the DLC’s already released.
In addition, EA also revealed that the game will be played at 60 Frames on the Nintendo Switch and players will still be able to play Online with their friends. So that together they can discover the secrets of Paradise City.
Burnout Paradise Remastered is coming to Nintendo Switch! But is it worth it?
So, we still don't know for sure when the game will arrive on Switch, since nothing has been officially revealed. At least for a while. However, we think that the faster the game becomes available on the handheld, the more fame you can get and the more players you can attract to the platform.
This is because, Burnout Paradise Remastered gives players a really giant map to explore, dividing into city areas, mountains and essentially a lot of road. And the driving experience can prove to be very good with a number of vehicles at your disposal to drive freely.
So, spend the game missions together with your friends or alone if you prefer. And have a great time during this quarantine time.
April's Games With Gold have already been revealed! What to expect?
In short, while Burnout Paradise Remastered does not make it to Nintendo Switch. Take advantage of the launch of other titles already announced some time ago, as is the case of Panzer Dragoon: Remake. And the remaster of Xenoblade Chronicles, which is due to arrive on May 29th.
In addition, if you are still quarantined, do everything to keep it to the fullest. And enjoy the best of video games.
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