The trophies for Burnout Paradise Remastered have made their way online, and unsurprisingly, the list is almost exactly the same as the original PS3 game. However, there are some differences worth pointing out.
For those who've never played the game, it's a pretty straightforward list, but it's enormous, thanks to the DLC packs bringing with them a handful of new trophies each. The remaster's list of 95 is actually slightly smaller than the original's 98, because the trophies that require a USB camera have been removed. New players looking to smash their way to the platinum should also know that there are a fair amount of online multiplayer trinkets, but it's nothing too difficult.
Something else we found interesting is that many of the more valuable trophies have been demoted. Burnout Paradise on PS3 featured four gold, 28 silver, and 65 bronze, whereas the remaster includes two gold, 12 silver, and 80 bronze. For most people, this won't mean much, but the trophy hunters amongst you will no doubt be interested to see the changes.
You can take a look at the full list here. Are you gearing up to earn the platinum prize, or are you not all that bothered? Have you already earned Burnout Paradise's trophies on PS3, and are ready to do it all again? Rev your engines in the comments below.