Bring Burnout Paradise Remastered to the Nintendo Switch

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Nintendo's latest gaming platform, the Switch, allows you to take your games anywhere at anytime. A lot of studios are bringing both smash hits and underrated gems from last generation to the hybrid console, such as The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Dark Souls, and L.A. Noire. But there is one game that would be an absolute blast to play on the go, EA's newly announced Burnout Paradise Remastered!

 

However, Stellar Entertainment, the studio behind the remastered version, apparently have no plans to bring it to the Switch. Another thing to mention is all that EA has brought to the Switch is FIFA 18 and Fe, which doesn't appeal to EVERYONE. Burnout, on the other hand, has that kind of charm.

 

Here are some things that they could do for a Switch port:

  • Motion steering
  • HD Rumble effects
  • Local Area Multiplayer for up to 8 players via multiple Switches

 

Of course, there are some things that would need to be removed, like the ability to capture Mugshots after a takedown. But in all honesty, that is not a deal breaker. Voice chat could possibly be doable since Splatoon 2 has the option, albeit very poor.

 

Overall, many fans have been clamouring for the Burnout series to make a return, and what better way to test the waters than to remaster the most recent installment that is highly replayable and now portable?

 

Not everyone likes FIFA, EA, and banking on that game alone to determine whether the Switch is "worth it" to make games for is just not smart. Granted, the power of the Frostbite 3 engine might be too much for the Switch to handle (henceforth why we aren't seeing Need For Speed Payback and STAR WARS Battlefront II on the platform), but Burnout Paradise can definitely work.

 

I sincerely hope you will take this request to heart, and I look forward to seeing the outcome of all this.

 

Sincerely,

A Long-Time Fan



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