Fans have been longing for a new Dino Crisis game for eons, and while this isn’t the new game that we asked for, something is better than nothing. According to a new leak, Dino Crisis looks set to join the PS Plus classics catalog. Images of the game appeared on multiple Asian storefronts after the new service’s rollout, but it isn’t available to download or purchase yet.
Sony hasn’t officially listed Dino Crisis in PS Plus classics lineup yet
It looks like a typical PSN blooper made Dino Crisis appear on Asian storefronts because Sony hasn’t officially included the game in its PS Plus classics lineup, as pointed out by users below.
I logged onto the Hong Kong store and can confirm this is real.
However Dino Crisis isn’t available to download or purchase…..yet. https://t.co/rzpFRmdpa9 pic.twitter.com/GPyqpIrV5X
— Windy Corner TV – Robert (@windycornertv) May 25, 2022
@PlayStation why do you have Dino Crisis on the cover for Classic Games but there’s NO Dino Crisis!!!!! Don’t play with my emotion like this I want my DC back! #DinoCrisis pic.twitter.com/QW3lnUDalM
— Bob Chen (@b890242005) May 24, 2022
Dino Crisis hasn’t seen a new game since 2003 and it doesn’t look like Capcom has any plans to revive the series. However, the upcoming Exoprimal is expected to fill the void. The game, which features dinosaurs and – conveniently – a crisis, has the luxury of Hiroyuki Kobayashi’s involvement. For those who aren’t aware, Kobayashi previously served as a producer on Dino Crisis 2-3.
We’ll keep an eye out on this one and update our readers. We’re also keeping our fingers crossed for trophy support, which Sony has left up to developers.
In other news, Horizon Forbidden West and Cyberpunk 2077 game trials in PS Plus last five hours each, and 2022’s PlayStation Days of Play sale kicked off today with a variety of discounts.