Criterion will be recalling the "Bogart" software update for Burnout Paradise on Xbox 360 so it can iron-out some frame rate problems.

The developer aims to have all affected patches by Friday, and will replace them with a revised update in about a week's time. Concrete dates will follow on its site.

"Bogart" was expected tomorrow on 360 and PS3. Unfortunately there was no word on whether this issue will delay the PS3 version.

The patch offers a variety of tweaks such as fixing head-on takedowns and eradicating "unfair" low-speed takedowns.

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