Update (Sun 19th Apr, 2020 08:30 BST): The listing for Burnout Paradise Remastered on the US Switch eShop has now been changed to TBD. EA's Polish website still has it down for a June 2020 release. The game will also require 3.9 GB of free space, according to the eShop.
Original story (Fri 17th Apr, 2020 03:05 BST): Last week, it was discovered Burnout Paradise Remastered for the Nintendo Switch could potentially be arriving this June – with pre-orders supposedly opening on the 23rd of April.
Now, the 'Coming Soon' section of the Switch eShop page in North America has listed a specific release date. If it's correct, the open-world racing game originally developed by Criterion should be out by 19th June. Keep in mind, EA hasn't officially shared this information yet, so there are no guarantees.
When the game was revealed during Nintendo's recent Mini Direct presentation, the most EA promised was a 2020 release.
Whenever it does arrive on Switch, it'll be packed with eight pieces of DLC, more than 130 vehicles to write-off, additional areas to explore and "hundreds" of online challenges. It's also targeting a smooth 60fps and includes "pinch-and-pull map control" for ease of navigation. The asking price is $49.99.
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