Dino Crisis protagonist Regina is currently front and centre of a promotion on the PlayStation Store Hong Kong, with text that reads, “Classics Catalogue” emblazoned across the ad tile.
Neither Sony nor Capcom have confirmed the availability of the title as yet, but we’re as hopeful as fans are.
I logged onto the Hong Kong store and can confirm this is real.
— Windy Corner TV – Robert (@windycornertv) May 25, 2022
As we’ve recently discovered, PS1 Classics are of course available through appropriate PlayStation Plus tiers but can also be purchased outright if you’d rather own them. Those that have purchased past PS1 Classics on PS3 or Vita — like Resident Evil or Resident Evil 2 as examples — should gain immediate access to those titles once they become (re-)available on PS4 and PS5.
A full listing of PlayStation Plus games available to Deluxe and Extra subscribers was made available yesterday. At the same time, users discovered that PS3 games won’t support DLC or add-ons, and that first-party PS1 Classics are being delivered in PAL format only.
The new, tiered PlayStation Plus system will be available in Australia from 22 June.
We’ll keep you informed as we learn more. In the meantime, are you pumped for the (quasi) return of Dino Crisis?
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