Well, sort of.
This is gameplay from Dangerous Driving by Three Fields Entertainment, a studio formed several years ago by a few former Criterion employees.
From what is shown, the game can definitely use much more budget (distinct lack of urban areas, and repetitive forest/desert/snow for each track, car damage physics not as good as the previous games, and it goes without saying that car models are not even close to the big budget racing games) However, it looks to have the Burnout DNA through and through.
From the driving model, to the the takedown cams, to the usage of motion blur and even the effect the boost has, looks straight ripped out of the old games. I'm surprised they even bought aftertouch takedowns back as well. Hopefully they can add a points system too, like Burnout 3. One thing I hope they work on is to make the HUD elements and UI not look unfinished.
Pretty much all the older modes look to be back too. The traditional race modes (race, eliminator, face-off), burning lap, road rage, and even pursuit from burnout 2 are shown. If youre wondering where crash mode is, they've already made two standalone games that are strictly dedicated to crash, called danger zone and danger zone 2.
All in all seems to be pretty impressive for a game made by a studio with 7 people. I'm looking forward to it.
Bet with Intrinsic:
The Switch will outsell 3DS (based on VGchartz numbers), according to me, while Intrinsic thinks the opposite will hold true. One month avatar control for the loser's avatar.