Recently announced Burnout Paradise Remastered could have microtransactions. Or maybe not. EA has truly confused us. Players have stumbled upon the mention of optional in-game purchases on game's official store. Considering the reputation of the EA, we weren't wrong to assume that the microtransactions will be present in the game.
EA had made it clear that it was an error in the system and that the game will not have any extra purchases. So put down your stones, torches, and forks. It seems the EA finally listened to the community. After all, microtransactions in Burnout Paradise wouldn't make much sense, especially since we're talking about a remaster of a game that only had a handful of mostly cosmetic DLC's and one expansion. Or it would? Logic doesn't apply to EA sadly. One pleasant surprise was the fact that the remaster will have the same soundtrack as the original. Yes, that means you can put Avril Lavigne's Boyfriend on repeat!
Officially announced remaster of a cult open world racing video game, Burnout Paradise Remastered, comes out on 16. March for PS4 and XBox One, while PC version will come sometime later. The game will contain all the DLC's released until now, including the Big Surf Island expansion. Do you believe that EA will not put microtransactions in this remaster? I want to believe. Knowing EA they won't put them in on release. Wait for the first update though! It's EA we talking about after all. But, honestly, who the hell knows?! Question is, are you ready to go to Paradise city, where the grass is green and girls are pretty?!