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WipEout Omega Collection Sells an Estimated 99K Units First Week at Retail

WipEout Omega Collection Sells an Estimated 99K Units First Week at Retail - Sales

by William D'Angelo , posted on 18 July 2017 / 28,348 Views

The futuristic anti-gravity racing collection game from Sony Interactive Entertainment - WipEout Omega Collection - sold 98,647 units first week at retail on the PlayStation 4, according to our estimates. First week sales can be viewed on the VGChartz Global Weekly Chart for the week ending June 10.

 

Breaking down the sales by region, the game sold best in Europe with 64,750 units sold (66%), compared to 17,272 units sold in the US (18%). Looking more closely at Europe, the game sold an estimated 15,972 units in the UK, 5,047 units in Germany, and 12,059 units in France.

WipEout Omega Collection released for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC worldwide on June 2.


A life-long and avid gamer, William D'Angelo was first introduced to VGChartz in 2007. After years of supporting the site, he was brought on in 2010 as a junior analyst, working his way up to lead analyst in 2012. He has expanded his involvement in the gaming community by producing content on his own YouTube channel and Twitch channel dedicated to gaming Let's Plays and tutorials. You can contact the author at wdangelo@vgchartz.com or on Twitter @TrunksWD.


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10 Comments
StreaK (on 18 July 2017)

Wowww, so low. But hey, I got the steelbook edition and it's beautiful! Wow, these games just don't sell do they? What a tragedy! It's a work of art.

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Qwark StreaK (on 19 July 2017)

This is a game with a very high digital attachments ratio. It might even be over a 100k digital, (you even get an extra ship). Fortunately a remaster isn't very expensive so if they can sell 200k digital and 200k physical this project might hit it's break even point. Although I would have like to see it 250k first week.

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Nem (on 19 July 2017)

Well... its a game that had been release on the PS3 (even given for free) and the Vita already. Like... i love wipeout, but i have no reason to buy this. I already bought this game twice (PS3 and Vita).

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Ucouldntbemorewrong (on 19 July 2017)

Yikes, Never really got to play Wipeout on PS2 as I was at college. And did not cross my mind that it might have been on PS3. So I was psyched when I could play this along with Shadow of Colossus finally on PS4, with better game play and controls. So far having a blast with Wipeout.

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Walbert (on 19 July 2017)

This seems more like a digital purchase rather than a physical one.

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The Fury (on 19 July 2017)

I was a big fan of WipeOut HD on PS3, got it and Fury. But I didn't get this because well. I own HD and Fury. I so wish they did 'upgrade' options. Plus I think digital would be very high on titles like this.

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topolino227 (on 19 July 2017)

Sadly not a lot, but i will pick it up when its on sale in the PSN-Store !!

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Azzanation (on 19 July 2017)

Ouch. I use to play the 1st one so much. I guess this is why Nintendo wont release F Zero. Such a small market.

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LethalP Azzanation (on 19 July 2017)

Don't know why you have been downvoted, it is the truth. I love Wipeout and F-Zero but it's obvious futuristic racers are extremely niche. They always were. And it's likely the reason Studio Liverpool was closed down since they weren't persuing other franchises to supplement low Wipeout sales.

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Azzanation Azzanation (on 19 July 2017)

I have no idea either haha. Ill upvote your comment for being real. I am hoping for a F Zero release for Switch.

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