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Criterion Games have posted a few clips, showing off a few things we'll see in the Burnout Paradise DLC update.

"We’re working on some incredible new content for Paradise, some of which we’ve announced, and some of which we haven’t.

Today, we wanted to give you a sneak preview of one of the amazing new car liveries coming soon in the game.

We’ll be revealing more over the next few days and weeks."

I don't know about you, but I had to look up "liveries"...

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# 1 ExtremeGamer @ 03/07/08 08:06 AM
Not a soccer fan eh? LOL

Looks good.
# 2 Steve_OS @ 03/07/08 08:10 AM
It's a soccer term? LMAO!
# 3 aukevin @ 03/07/08 09:46 AM
I'm glad they are putting out some DLC for this game. I hope they expand the city because I've seen some maps of the Paradise City before the game launched that had a few more open areas to explore (like a island to the east of the city).
# 4 Pete1210 @ 03/14/08 12:35 PM
Talk of new downloadable content for Burnout Paradise has been burbling around the Criterion Games website. On the forums, creative director Alex Ward has revealed that new cars will be made available as downloadable content in both the Xbox 360 and PS3 version. More exciting, though, is news of the expansion of Paradise City, with the introduction of several islands to the map. Perhaps even more exciting, however, is news that the islands will be offered as a free update to the game.

Details are still scarce at this point, but Alex Ward states that bridges from the main section of Paradise City will lead out to the new islands, each of which will offer "a different type of gameplay." Whether this means that islands will depart from the open-ended style of Paradise, or whether the terrain of each will be suited to certain play styles remains to be seen. The islands themselves will be offered as free, mandatory software updates, while the new cars will be sold via the traditional microtransaction system.

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