The game’s host can also initiate multiplayer “Freeburn Challenges,” which have up to eight players working towards a specific goal. The challenges require cooperation, communication, and teamwork. If you’ve ever played a game online, you know that this isn’t necessarily the Internet’s strong suit, and can sometimes become an issue if working with unknown players. Particularly on the PS3, there was a lack of players with Bluetooth headsets, so telling a certain player to “Stop f**king around and work on the challenge,” posed a bit of a challenge in itself.
Chief among these was Burnout Paradise Remastered, the beloved open-world racing game. This was previously released on other platforms, but it still makes for an exciting addition to the Switch’s library, which isn’t exactly overflowing with racing games. Unfortunately, of all the games in the montage (watch it below, starting at the 23:40 mark), it also had the vaguest release date, with Nintendo only saying it would release in 2021.