Burnout Paradise Remastered is set to launch for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on March 16, but EA Access members can now get their hands on the game a little early. The Play First trial for Burnout Paradise is now available through the subscription service, allowing members to play up to 10 hours of the game ahead of its release.
Burnout Paradise Remastered is a revamped version of the same game that debuted 10 years ago, updated and enhanced for the current generation of consoles. The overall goal of the game remains the same: zip around Paradise City while performing insane stunts and causing destruction. It just looks better doing it. And for Xbox One X players, the whole thing experience is in 4K at 60 frames per second. On top of the base game content, Burnout Paradise Remastered packs in all of the DLC content as well.
There's no restriction on what players will have access to during the trial, so you can go as far as you want within the allotted play time. Progress will also carry over for anyone who decides to pick the game up at its release. And members will get the game a little cheaper with the 10 percent discount on EA titles included with their subscription.
Burnout Paradise Remastered is up for preorder now for $39.99 ahead of its March 16 release. To get started with EA Access, you can subscribe for $4.99 per month on Xbox One.
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