Criterion Brings Bikes to Burnout ParadisePublished by HQM0NSTERB0Y on Wednesday, August 13, 2008
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Finally we get bikes in Burnout:
It's the big one.
For the first time ever in a Burnout game, you'll be able to ride motorcycles.
It's a huge step for us here on the Burnout team, but this year's all about changing Burnout in a BIG way through continued support. Last month, we brought you our Cagney Feature Pack and introduced 3 awesome online game modes, two great cars, a live news page and calendar, 70 all-new timed multi-part challenges, a complete overhaul of our Online Racing System and a stack of other major improvements. Next month, we're breaking out the big guns.
Here's what Burnout Paradise players can look forward to, when they get the FREE Burnout Paradise Bikes Pack next month.
We've got two rides ready to go – Day 1. Just head for your nearest junkyard in Paradise City to pick up the FV1100 street bike and the stunning Japanese Firehawk racing bike. That'll do for a start, but there's more in store once you've played a little way through the bike-specific gameplay. We'll bring you more on these vehicles in a future post.
From the second we added the first prototype bike, we wanted to cruise the streets of Paradise City at night. So, in addition to the bikes, we're adding night to the game. You'll see day cycle through to night and see the city change with it. Paradise City takes on a life of its own once the rush hour traffic thins out!
During the day, you can play a variation of our Burning Routes challenges. Beat the target times on specific routes to complete "Burning Rides". The big change here is that these routes feature multiple checkpoints – they'll take you all over the city. At night, complete a different set of routes – the "Midnight Rides".
If you're used to seeing Paradise City swathed in blazing sunshine, you're in for a surprise. We've also introduced a dynamic weather system to change the feel of the city – another Burnout first.
And that's not all.
We've created 70 challenges specially for bikes. 35 of these are timed, multi-part challenges – the kind you'll have experienced if you've been playing last month's FREE software update codenamed Cagney.
We said we'd support Burnout fans 100% this year. We're passionate about doing just that. The most radical changes to Burnout since we began the series are coming this year. Support for a game through DLC has never been this good. You can meet the team behind the bikes pack in Crash TV – our video podcast.
Burnout Paradise. Always changing.
I don't know about but I have been waiting for this.
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