Burnout Paradise for PSN this week

Full game download from Thursday.

Criterion plans to offer Burnout Paradise as a PSN download from this Thursday.

The website update makes no mention of whether this will be for both the US and Europe, nor what the price will be here - although we know the US version will cost USD 30. And we're checking the other details.

Burnout Paradise on PSN will have access to all of the updates released for the game so far, including those lovely motorbikes.

The Criterion website has a full list changes to peruse, plus promises of Trophy support for "imminent" inclusion.

Criterion's not stopping there, but has many more plans for future content, including additional islands to explore.

Head over to our Burnout Paradise gamepage to find out more.

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