Burnout Paradise Drives Off (Cheaply) Into The Sunset

With Criterion no longer providing downloadable content for Burnout Paradise, one of the generation's best-supported games is about to slide into the history books. So publisher EA is going to send it off with a bang.

EA announced on Friday that, until March 31, you'll be able to get Burnout Paradise and its roster of downloadable content for what amounts to a song. A $US20 or $US30 song, depending on your preferences.

For $US30, you can get everything. The full game and all its downloadable content. For $US20, meanwhile, those owning simply the game (or only a selection of its DLC) can get every piece of premium downloadable content.

For a game that not only looks great for its age, but plays great, that's quite the deal.

Note this is a download-only deal, which applies only to the PlayStation 3.


Comments

    does this apply to australia?

      probably not. ea hates us and loves to screw us over at any opportunity.

      its coming to the eu soon so we should get it at the same time.

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