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Burnout Paradise Remastered speeds onto PC next week

But you can play now if you have Origin Access.

The PC version of Burnout Paradise Remastered comes out next week, developer Criterion has announced. It launches on 21st August.

But you can play it now if you subscribe to Origin Access. The basic version of Origin Access, which costs £3.99 a month or £19.99 a year, gets you a 10-hour trial. The Premier version of Origin Access, which costs £14.99 a month or £89.99 a year, gives you access to the full game.

Christian Donlan reviewed Burnout Paradise Remastered on Xbox One X back in March and called it "driving perfection".

"Speed and gleeful violence merge in one of the most delirious feats of game design ever," he wrote.

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Meanwhile, EA has announced a raft of new games joining The Vault, which Origin subscribers have access to.

The Vault now has two tiers: one for Premier subscribers and one for Basic. Now available in the Premier Vault is the aforementioned Burnout Paradise Remastered, Madden NFL 19, Star Wars Battlefront 2, The Sims 4 Deluxe Edition, FIFA 18, Unravel Two, and A Way Out.

Now available for both Basic and Premier members are Fe, Ghost of a Tale, Punch Club, Pillars of the Earth, Mr. Shifty, Figment, Splasher, and Hover.