WipEout Omega Collection Will Be Available This June

Written by Contributor

May 20, 2017

Sony Interactive Entertainment Hong Kong Limited Singapore Branch (SIES) announced that the “WipEout Omega Collection” will be available in Blu-ray Disc. It will include English, Traditional Chinese, and Korean and will be available on 6thJune 2017at a suggested retail price (SRP) of PHP 1,799.

Early Purchase Bonus:

Early Purchase Bonus DLC will be bundled with the initial production of BD Edition.

  •   PlayStation®4 Dynamic Theme
  •   A brand-new Van Über ship
  •   Digital art book

A name synonymous with PlayStation, “WipEout” is the rapid combat racer that defies gravity and defines generations.

Known for its blistering speed, iconic music and pure multiplayer mayhem, “WipEout” has starred on every PlayStation® format since 1995 – and is now set to rip through the air on PlayStation®4 and PlayStation®4 Pro.

Featuring all the content from “WipEout HDFury” and “WipEout2048”, “WipEout Omega Collection” packs in 26 reversible circuits, 46 unique ships, a ton of game modes and some new and classic music tracks.

It is time for “WipEout” veterans to come out of retirement and new pilots to make their debut.

Product Outline:

Product WipEout™ Omega Collection
Product picture
Platform PlayStation®4
Genre Racing
Release Date 6thJune 2017
  Blu-ray Disc version PHP 1,799
Language (Subtitles) English, Traditional Chinese, Korean
*Please note that the information listed in this Press Release is subject to change without prior notice.
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