In move that nods to the future nomination of digital games distribution, EA will launch Burnout Paradise on PSN this autumn.
The full game will be downloadable through the US PS Store for a bargain $29.99 (around £17). A UK-specific announcement is yet to be made.
Also planned for this Autumn are more free "game changing" updates, including the addition of motorbikes and the introduction of Trophy support for the PS3 version.
Fiona Sperry, studio manager for developer Criterion Games said: "Our mission at Criterion is to provide the most entertaining gaming service possible. In order to do that, it's key that we have the ability to deliver content to players in ways that work for them - through quick and easy download or via traditional bricks and mortar."
EA has not specified a file size, but we'd imagine it'll be a fair few Gigabytes. Best free up some hard drive space, lads.
Could this be the start of a new trend for PS3 titles?