Burnout Paradise Remastered is Available Now on EA Access Origin

Along with Fight Night Champion

News by Matt Kim, .

EA Origin Access Basic, as it's now called for the non-Premier tier of EA's subscription service, has added several new games to the vault for October. That means you can play these games for free so long as you have a valid subscription to EA Origin Access, including titles like Burnout Paradise Remastered.

Starting today Fight Night Champion and Burnout Paradise Remastered have been added to the Vault, so EA Origin Access Basic members can play them right now if they so choose. Come October 17 Army of Two will be available as well.

Then, there's the Battlefield 5 Play First Trial coming on November 9 that'll let Basic members play up to 10 hours of Battlefield 5 before launch. Progress will also carry over if you choose to purchase Battlefield 5 afterwards.

Take me to Paradise city.

Members of EA Origin Access Premier already have access to these titles and will have early access to full EA games before launch. So, titles like Battlefield 5 and Anthem will be playable first on EA Origin Access Premier. Of course, Premier costs more than Basic coming in at $14.99 a month (or $99.99 a year) compared to Basic's $4.99 a month (or $29.99 a year).

Burnout Paradise Remastered is a modern update to EA's 2008 arcade driver. Complete with 4K graphics and 60fps, Burnout Paradise Remastered is a re-release of one of the most popular Burnout games, and is available now on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

EA is readying the launch of Battlefield 5 which is coming out on November 20 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. For more check out our Battlefield 5 guide for more info about the upcoming massive-scale military FPS.

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  • Avatar for donkeyintheforest #1 donkeyintheforest 5 days ago
    Man I remember there being such an interesting article on Army of Two long before it came out talking about pursuing themes related to military contractors in the era of blackwater and the homoerotic undertones regarding the relationship between the main characters. Turns out all that was pretty much abandoned by the time it came out. To the point that while I was playing co-op with my friend at his parents house his dad told us the game was kind of offensive for the way it portrayed the war in the middle east (and he worked for a defense contractor). At least you could put put gold decorations on your rocket launcher.
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