It's the racing game that can never die, and because it's so great, we have zero problems with such longevity.

EA has announced that Burnout Paradise: The Ultimate Box for the PC will be available in stores on February 5 in North America and February 6 in Europe. To match this release, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 owners will receive the Party Pack premium download on the Network and Live Marketplace. As you might expect, PC owners will get the entire Paradise experience, which features all the updates Criterion has provided thus far. The Party Pack update for PS3 and 360 users boasts an offline multiplayer mode "where players compete in different stunt, speed and skill events." Up to 8 competitors can sit together and strive to become the victor in a variety of "turn-based challenges." This Pack will also provide you with several new features, including a restart option, easier control of early vehicles, and exclusively for the PS3, the Burnout Paradise Network. This is a live news page that continually updates information so you can keep track of friends and stay fresh on all the latest Burnout -related news.

As for The Ultimate Box , this is the debut of the game on PC. For those who have already enjoyed what this game has to offer on consoles, just prepare for the Party Pack in a few weeks time. If you haven't yet had the pleasure, head online; you can pick up Burnout Paradise on the PSN for only $19.99.

Related Game(s): Burnout Paradise

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pavlovic
pavlovic
11 years ago

This is one fun game… and for 20 you can't go wrong..

Awesome


Last edited by pavlovic on 1/16/2009 11:05:48 AM

Zorigo
Zorigo
11 years ago

yeah baby, i got my copy for 13 quid, on an impulse bid on ebay what a catch, and in feb. it is good and can't wait for all the updates and packs. btw, if you lot look at the compare trohpies if you or a friend have burnout, you can see all the trophies for burnout party pack.
he updates that come with that party pack just make it better. criterion make it down as one of my fave devs. you guys rock.


Last edited by Zorigo on 1/16/2009 12:38:00 PM

Dogswithguns
Dogswithguns
11 years ago

i love Burnout Paradise. do you?

crazypony92
crazypony92
11 years ago

I love it!!!

Tim Speed24
Tim Speed24
11 years ago

I Do love it!!! Great Game that I keep going back to time and time again.

whooka
whooka
11 years ago

I love this game as well. I eventually traded my dvd copy for something else and bought the d/l version off the PSN (rather shocked and amazed to see how small a download it was considering) so I actually bought it twice =)

Random_Steve
Random_Steve
11 years ago

is this pack free

PS please reply, no1 ever does for me


Last edited by Random_Steve on 1/16/2009 11:46:57 AM

Ben Dutka PSXE
Ben Dutka PSXE
11 years ago

No, it's premium content so it'll have a price. I believe it might be $9.99.

streetmagix
streetmagix
11 years ago

Not free but quite cheap, I'm guessing £5 or so. To be fair Criterion have given us so much I really don't mind the cost now.
Anyone else getting the PC version when it comes out?

Random_Steve
Random_Steve
11 years ago

its not that surprising seeing as they've given us all that free stuff but i probs wont get it as ive finisshed with that game,got platinum so no need to spend a fiver on something i dont need

www
www
11 years ago

This game doesn't seem to go away and makes me feel guilty for not buying it.
Heck DIRT,Grid & co. died out but this,this paradise game……i don't know.

Fane1024
Fane1024
11 years ago

You should feel guilty. 🙂

Bill_Clinton_
Bill_Clinton_
11 years ago

burnout is awesome .. one of the best games i've played.. i'm definitely buying the DLC when it releases.. some of these other developers need to take a page from criterion books..

watchit
watchit
11 years ago

just checked burnout paradise is 29.99. is it going to be 19.99 when this comes out.

opsdaddy
opsdaddy
11 years ago

Wow, I never thought I'd say this, but Criterion did such a great job on the game, and proved to be so generous with their initial DLC offerings, that I'm actually LOOKING FORWARD to giving them money for their follow-on DLC offerings. They truly deserve it, as they've set the standard for all other developers to follow regarding support. Nice job, Criterion!