Dino Crisis Reportedly Spotted On PS Plus Classics Page

Multiple Asian users who have earlier access to the new PS Plus Premium package report Dino Crisis appearing as the cover art for the "Classics Catalogue", pointing to the return of a beloved underdog horror game from the PS1 era.

So far, the only classics we know about are Ape Escape, Hot Shots Golf, I.Q. Intelligent Qube, Jumping Flash!, Syphon Filter, Super Stardust Portable, Mr. Driller, Tekken 2, Worms World Party, and Worms Armageddon, with remasters of titles like Jak and Daxter, Dark Cloud, and Arc the Lad: Twilight of the Spirits. But the library might be more extensive than we expected.

"I logged onto the Hong Kong store and can confirm this is real," Windy Corner TV – Robert tweeted (as spotted by users on ResetEra). "However, Dino Crisis isn't available to download or purchase yet."

If you bought Dino Crisis on PS3, you should get the game for free if it comes to PS4 and PS5 as classics can be played and bought separately from the service. However, this should all be taken with a grain of salt. While users report it being used as cover art for the Classics Catalogue, there's no official word from Sony, and it isn't listed for download or purchase.

The service is already available in Asia and is set to launch in Japan on June 1, in the Americas on June 13, and then in Europe on June 22—perhaps, by that point, we'll have heard more about Shinji Mikami's cult classic counterpart to Resident Evil. For now, we're left speculating.

If you haven't played or heard of Dino Crisis, it's a "panic horror" that plays much like the original Resident Evils albeit with dinosaurs littering the laboratories rather than gigantic mutated humans and decaying undead. Among fans, it's one of the more highly-requested remakes, although Capcom seemingly has no plans to bring back Regina, Rick, Gail, and all the others to fight dinosaurs over 20 years later.

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