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Burnout Paradise Remastered drifts onto EA Access ahead of launch

Criterion’s Burnout Paradise Remastered has received a free trial on EA Access that grants players access to a hefty chunk of the racer.

Launching for PS4 and Xbox One on March 16, active members of EA Access on Microsoft’s platform can now download the playable trial.

It grants you access to 10 hours of the full experience with all progress carrying over to the complete game upon its release.

Burnout Paradise Remastered is an enhanced version of the classic racer with improved visuals and performance.

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Players will receive all previously released downloadable content as part of the package, providing you with plenty of additional goodies.

Burnout Paradise remains a fantastic title we’re really excited to revisit, and you can find a snippet of our original review below:

“Paradise adds a sense of freedom and depth to the series without losing the adrenaline rush that makes it tick. Beautiful, brilliant and self-assured.”

We’ve only just got our hands on the remaster so you can expect a full review in the coming days. Until then, keep it locked to Trusted Reviews!

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