Criterion plans to release Burnout Paradise: The Ultimate Box on Xbox 360, PS3 and - for the first time - PC from 6th February.
Inside is the full game plus all of the free updates so far, including the Bikes Pack, Codename: Cagney Pack, Trophy support and much more.
The brand new premium Party Pack will also be stuffed in. This goes live independently on Thursday 5th February, but has yet to be given a price.
The Party Pack adds an offline pass-the-pad-style multiplayer mode for up to eight people. This picks players at random and assigns them a variety of tasks, such as landing barrel rolls, surviving oncoming traffic or simply beating a time while racing around at track.
Coinciding with the launch of the Party Pack will be a free update adding things like an in-game website and store to Burnout Paradise - plus overhauls for various modes, visuals and the entire vehicle dynamics system.
Criterion tells us the patch will be "massive", but we've heard that one before.