'Burnout Paradise' News & Updates: The Racing Video Game Finally Arrived On Xbox One Via Backward Compatibility

By Arlene Limsiaco , Updated Nov 28, 2016 08:44 PM EST

With three new Xbox 360 games, "Burnout Paradise" was one of them that are now playable using the Xbox One. With the price of $14.99, many of gamers can now enjoy their leisure time with this video game.

Larry Major Nelson, Xbox Live director of programming announced in his twitter post that there will be new games joining the Xbox One backward compatibility list. Along with Rayman Legends, and Pure, here comes the Burnout Paradise.

It was a well-known racing video game that won several recognitions and awards like Bet Driving/Racing Game awards from GameTrailers, Gamespot, and Spike TV. "Burnout Paradise" was also the first "Burnout" title that features in open world gameplay. The new games will be available in Xbox One game library if the gamers own the physical disc of the game.

Burnout Paradise is the fifth game in the Burnout video game series. Criterion Games was the developer of the game while Electronic Arts was the publisher. It was released back in 2008 for Playstation 3, Microsoft Windows and Xbox 360. The endless expanse real estate's site, and the city itself driving were the reason why Burnout Paradise had became a successful racing video game. Not to mention that it has an ability to give you much aggressiveness while playing in which making the players hook in the game.

The so-called Paradise City is set to the gameplay of Burnout Paradise, an open world that allows the players to compete in several races (day and night races) and can also participate online along with other racers around the world. It has additional game modes like Cops and Robbers while Time-of-a-day cycle and motorcycles as one of the several free game updates. As part of the Gold December 2016, every Gold subscriber can have a chance to download and play the Burnout Paradise around Dec. 16 to 31 2016 during Xbox Live Games.

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