Find locations for Smashes, Billboards, Jumps, Shortcuts, and more (a visual FAQ, if you will) in this Burnout Paradise map as seen in video game Burnout Paradise, now available for your XBox 360 or PlayStation 3. You can also use Google Earth's KML to specify your own locations. To learn how, check out the help page.
PSP Version also available!
Paradise City Interactive Map
Enter these promotional codes to get new cars (some will require a certain license to use)
- Steel Wheels car (Burnout license):
G23X 5K8Q GX2V 04B1
- Walmart Racer (Burnout license):
- Best Buy car (A license):
- GameStop car (A license):
- Circuit City Hot Rod (Burnout license):
UK (PAL) release
- Steel Wheels car (Burnout license):
Z891 4K88 IN25 79AA
- GameStop Car (A license):
B179 8M20 XA09 80FF
- Don't forget to play a car's burning route to get an upgraded version!
Wins for Licenses
- Learners: (Default)
- D: 2
- C: 7
- B: 16
- A: 26
- Burnout: 45
- Elite: 110
Map source: Criteriongames.com ©2007 Electronic Arts Inc. All rights reserved. Comments, suggestions, corrections, or additions: email senocular at hotmail dot com.
The following links are direct links to map locations sets available from within the map interface to make it easier to share among friends. Clicking these links will instantly load the locations into the map when the map first loads in the page.
These are maps available from other users. Have your own? Let me know (senocular at hotmail) and I'll add it to the list.
|Burnout Paradise Races by Xandu||http://feeds.feedburner.com/BurnoutParadiseRaces?format=xml|
|Burnout Paradise Races by Nekanel||http://zud29.free.fr/shared/burnout_paradise_races.xml|
|Burnout Events by Joe||http://www.windedhero.com/burnoutevents.xml|
You can also use custom links that load a custom set of map features, specify a view, and/or mark a point or draw lines. These are handled through a series of URL query variables that are added to the end of the http://www.senocular.com/burnout/ URL. These variables are as follows:
||The x position of the map view expressed as a single number value.|
||The y position of the map view expressed as a single number value.|
||The zoom of the map view expressed as a single number value.
Note: A URL with the current latitude, longitude and range values can be found at the bottom of the map interface.
A collection of two comma separated numbers specifying a location to place a default marker. The first of the two numbers represents longitude (y) and the second, latitude (x) following the convention used to specify coordinates in KML.
||A collection of space separated point coordinates specifying an open path to be drawn on the map using the default line style.
Ex: http://www.senocular.com/burnout/?LineString=600,800 550,850 600,900
||A collection of space separated point coordinates specifying a closed path to be drawn on the map using the default line style. This is much like LineString except that a line is drawn from the last point back to the first.
Ex: http://www.senocular.com/burnout/?LinearRing=600,800 550,850 600,900
||A collection of space separated point coordinates specifying a stroked, filled shape to be drawn on the map using the default line and fill styles. This is much like LinearRing except that the resulting shape contains a fill.
Ex: http://www.senocular.com/burnout/?Polygon=600,800 550,850 600,900
||Links to a URL that contains the KML file to be loaded into and read by the map. Notes: To access remote KML files, a crossdomain.xml file must be present in the remote domain granting access to the domain *.senocular.com (or *) so that the file can be securely read by the map. If used with Point, LineString, LinearRing, or the Polygon parameters, load will be ignored.
||Links to a URL that contains an RSS (2.0) feed of a collection of maps to be used in the maps location dialog. Each channel item represents a map where the title is the map name and the link is a link to the KML file related to that map. Note: To access remote KML files and RSS feeds, a crossdomain.xml file must be present in the remote domain granting access to the domain *.senocular.com (or *) so that the file can be securely read by the map.
Additionally, at the bottom of the map there is a View URL that links to the map defaulting it to the current view (not accounting for locations loaded into the map).
The following accounts the changes made to the map and this site. For more information on the current progress being made on the map, refer to the burnoutaholics senocular blog .
April 21, 2009:
- Fixed an issue where map graphics defined in the URL string of the site were being cleared once the map loaded.
- Source code has been posted.
April 11, 2008:
- Unfortunately, I've been consumed with work lately, and haven't even been able to play Burnout! As a result, map updates are also few and far between. Certainly let me know if you have your own map or additions to existing maps that you want me to include. I can do that with little effort :)
April 03, 2008:
- Locations specified in URLs can now be used in conjunction with loaded maps allowing you to override the map's LookAt definition if it contains one (before the map's LookAt would override any URL-specified locations)
The source code for both versions of the map (main and PSP) is available for download under the MIT open source license. Both maps were created using Adobe Flash Professional CS3.
Note: some features may exist in the source files that do not exist in the live maps.
Here are some links to related Burnout web sites.