Burnout Paradise will be released as a downloadable PSN title in Europe as well as the US, Eurogamer has been informed.
Last week Criterion announced Burnout Paradise PSN for the US PlayStation Store, but made no mention of its European equivalent.
In fact, the specific use of "US PlayStation Store" was unusual for the PlayStation Blog, which announced the update.
Not to worry though, because a Sony source has confirmed to Eurogamer that the download will be released in Europe as well.
There's no word yet on a price point (it will cost USD 30 across the pond), or an exact release date other than the autumn target identified last week.
Burnout Paradise for PSN will also be bundled with all of the free downloadable content Criterion has added to the game since its release in January.
That means loads of new game modes and tasks to complete thanks to recent Bogart and Cagney patches, along with the contents of Davis, due out next month, which introduces motorbikes.