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Wipeout HD officially announced for Blu-ray release on PS3

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SCEE has announced PSN hit Wipeout HD will see a Blu-ray release for PlayStation 3.

The release will include the original game, as well as the recently released Fury expansion, all for £19.99 and released on October 16.

It comes as it was rumoured this morning a Dutch PS3 site had the game listed for retail for €24.99 on the same date.

PR is after the break.

*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 (PS3™). 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

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