Burnout Paradise Coming to the PC

Developer Criterion announced it is planning to bring the high-octane racing game Burnout: Paradise to the PC.

The game was released on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in January, with more islands to be added in later for free.

Developers made the announcement with a live demo of the game already running on a PC – a two-year old laptop no less.

They added that all previous content will be brought over to the PC and that maintaining a smooth experience on older computers is a key priority. The PC version will in fact include more multiplayer features and the potential for community mods.

No release date or price was announced.

Source: Ars Technica

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