Criterion Games' fantastic open-world racing title Burnout Paradise Remastered is now available on the Nintendo Switch.
Let's just make this clear - despite the price being a "car crash" it's still an outrageously fast and fun experience that we would highly recommend checking out if you haven't already.
All that aside, there appears to be trouble in paradise. A Nintendo Switch subreddit user from Germany has noticed how the HOME Menu icon for Burnout has a border because it hasn't been "scaled properly" and well...they're not particularly happy:
I did not wanted to join the EA hate-train. And I was excited to get Burnout on the Switch ignoring the price tag. (edit: and I still am) But well ... it seems like EA really doesnt care about the Switch.
The icon for Burnout Paradise is not scaled properly and the grid of the graphic software(!) is still visible as a border around the actual icon now.
I am assuming EA is already aware of it and it is gonna be fixed by a day one patch. At least that is my hope. They are a highly professional company after all.
I know most people dont care. But for me a good icon is important. Especially on a pricey title like this. And since the Switch homescreen is all about the icons.
It just makes me very sad that nobody checked twice.
Here's a close-up:
While we can understand how some players might find this a little irritating, it's not the end of the world. It's also something that can be easily updated in the future. And hey, it could be worse.
Did you notice the border around this particular icon? How are you finding this remaster so far? Tell us below.