Burnout Paradise to be sold on PSN

Cheaper, bundled with DLC, PAL TBC.

Criterion plans to release Burnout Paradise as a downloadable PSN title this autumn.

The game will be cheaper at USD 30, according to the PlayStation Blog, and comes bundled with all of the free DLC releases so far. This includes Bogart, Cagney, and upcoming Davis updates.

The PlayStation Blog makes explicit reference to the "US PlayStation Store", so we've asked Sony to clarify whether there are similar plans afoot for Europe.

Criterion continues to expand and nurture Burnout Paradise online, living up its "always changing" slogan. Motorbikes and day/night cycles are planned for the near future, with planes and additional islands on the slate for further down the line.

Burnout Paradise was released back in January on Xbox 360 and PS3. The game no longer features in the UK All-Formats Top 40, but does, at least, hang on at 36 in the Xbox 360 chart.

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

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