Wipeout HD Announced For Blu-ray

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Most PS3 owners making use of the PSN will already know about the popularity of the HD iteration of the classic Wipeout title. Well its official, SCEE have confirmed that because of its popularity, Wipeout HD will soon be seeing a Blu-ray release.

The single disc will contain both the original game as well as the new expansion pack entitled ‘Fury’. The release should hit the UK around October 6 and will cost about £19.99. Personally I always enjoyed the title way back on PSone and have always seen it as a more acidic Mario Cart for the older generations so I’m sure this will be a worthwhile title to grab for some groovy dance tunes and a playable visualization. Unfortunately I can’t as of yet comment on an SA release but I can tell you to check out the official press release below.

*Announcing WipEout®HD Fury on Blu-ray Disc*

*Get the complete WipEout HD experience for PLAYSTATION®3 (PS3™) on one Blu-ray Disc with all extra downloadable content included *

*London, 14th September: *Insane speeds, breathtaking graphics, online racing and a pumping dance soundtrack – that’s the best-selling PlayStation®Network game WipEout HD for PLAYSTATION®3 (PS3â„¢). Now, the complete anti-gravity racing experience is being released on a single Blu-ray Disc that will combine not just the original WipEout HD title – a stunning High Definition reworking of the greatest tracks from the iconic franchise – but also the Fury expansion pack. The resulting package will give racers 14 reversible racetracks to race solo, against friends or against eight players online, 12 teams to choose from, a huge arsenal of combat weapons to take opponents down with, two whole campaigns to complete and a soundtrack packed with some of the biggest names in dance music.

There’s no bigger racing experience than WipEout HD Fury on Blu-ray Disc – look out for it in stores later this year.

Release date: October 16th

Price: £19.99

Source: vg247

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Last Updated: September 15, 2009

  • RSA-Ace

    well you can still get this right off the PSN if you don’t want to wait.

    i wonder if the disc version will have anything new that the PSN version doesnt have.

  • Faheem

    yeah it does – at least for those of us who have cap to worry about 🙁

  • Ruslan

    PSN uses local cap for downloads if you know the workaround so its not such a trainsmash. Pity the same doesnt apply to the hefty game updates… :wassat:

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