‘Burnout Paradise’ Servers will die in August this year


Burnout Paradise which was originally released back in 2008 for PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360 is now coming to its end after over a long time span of 11 years. This game was originally released by Criterion Games Electronic Arts in 2008 which gains huge popularity among the gamers because of its high-quality graphics and interesting gameplay. But now, the original version of this amazing game is now going to shut down in August 2019.

Criterion Games made a tweet from their official Twitter handle about the end of the Last-Gen servers of Burnout Paradise. They said that the original servers are going to shut down on August 1, 2019, which clearly means that the fans will no longer be able to play the online version of this game from August 1st onwards. For those, who play this game offline, this will not affect you.

However, Criterion Games also included that the Remastered Servers will be working fine even after this deadline means this announcement will not affect the Remastered servers of this game. So, players who are willing to continue to enjoy this game need to switch over to the Burnout Paradise Remastered before or after August 1st.

It’s really hard to see the original version shutting down after entertaining us for more than 11 years. However, its good to see the Remastered Servers live even after the discontinuation of the original servers.

Are you sad to see the original servers of this game going away for forever? Have you checked out the Remastered version of Burnout Paradise? Share your thought with us in the comment section.

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