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Feature: Burnout Paradise Remastered Dev On Optimisation, Resisting Temptation And Nailing 60 FPS On Switch

“If it’s not 60 FPS, it’s not Burnout”.

When word broke that 2008’s Burnout Paradise would be returning to consoles in remastered form, Switch owners got nervous when there was no mention of Criterion’s seminal open-world racer releasing on Nintendo’s platform. It took nearly two years, but a Switch port did eventually materialise and we’ve been enjoying it for the past month or so.

It’s been a while since a Burnout game came to a Nintendo platform and, frankly, we’d have been relatively content with a simple upscaled port in portable form. Fortunately, the dev team at Stellar Entertainment–the company responsible for Burnout Paradise Remastered–wanted to deliver something more worthy of a title which had a huge influence on the open-world racer genre.

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

“If it’s not 60 FPS, it’s not Burnout”.

When word broke that 2008’s Burnout Paradise would be returning to consoles in remastered form, Switch owners got nervous when there was no mention of Criterion’s seminal open-world racer releasing on Nintendo’s platform. It took nearly two years, but a Switch port did eventually materialise and we’ve been enjoying it for the past month or so.

It’s been a while since a Burnout game came to a Nintendo platform and, frankly, we’d have been relatively content with a simple upscaled port in portable form. Fortunately, the dev team at Stellar Entertainment–the company responsible for Burnout Paradise Remastered–wanted to deliver something more worthy of a title which had a huge influence on the open-world racer genre.

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

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