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Burnout Paradise coming to PC

Massive resolutions, customised content.

Criterion has decided it is about time Burnout was offered to you lot on PC.

So it will be rebuilding Burnout Paradise for the desktop world, enhancing the multiplayer, online features and community-driven content as it goes.

Criterion has released the first shots of the game running in a whopping resolution of 1920x2400. These are apparently un-altered and ripped straight from a double-screen portrait of Paradise.

Criterion will be dishing lots more dirt on its PC version in its live podcast that started at 4pm BST.

Pop over to the Criterion website to drop in on the action.

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