EA appears to have confused a few people with its description of Burnout Revenge for Xbox 360 as "a new title in the Burnout Revenge franchise", but having spoken to Alex Ward of developer Criterion this week we're happy to repeat what he told us about the game.

For a start, it's due out in early 2006. Beyond that, it's more of an expanded port than a new title. Fundamentally the same, it'll be beefed up visually with the usual application of things like bloom effects as well as some new X360-exclusive content, although what form that'll take remains to be seen.

The regular, everyday versions of Burnout Revenge (i.e. the ones you can go out and buy right now on PS2 and Xbox) made it into the All-Formats UK chart this morning at number two, eclipsed only by EA's own FIFA 06, which has already sold a boringly stupendous amount of copies.

Back on the subject of X360 though, and we'll bring you more from X05 later in the day. In terms of words, anyway - the canapé's ours and you can't have it.

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