The revamp of PlayStation Plus has opened the door for classic PlayStation titles to appear on the service, and now a classic game is making its way to the current generation of consoles.

The Hong Kong version of the PlayStation Plus menu showed 'Dino Crisis' protagonist Regina as the head of the Classics Catalogue tab, which indicates that the game is making it's way to the PlayStation 4 and 5.

Eagle-eyed Twitter user DarkClong spotted the listing on the Hong Kong site which indicates that Sony are gearing up to re-release the classic dinosaur shooter as part of the classic offering of games available to subscribers of PlayStation Premium Plus, which launches in Ireland in late June.

While 'Dino Crisis' won't be available in the core launch line-up, there is every hope that the game will be added to the service shortly after launch as Sony has stated they will regularly update the list of games available to subscribers.

A number of PS1 games have already been confirmed for the service, including 'Tekken 2' 'Ape Escape', and 'Oddworld: Abe’s Oddysee'.

The original 'Dino Crisis' launched in 1999 for the PlayStation 1, and was directed by Shinji Mikami, the genius behind the 'Resident Evil' franchise and more recently 'The Evil Within' games.

'Dino Crisis' is best described as 'Resident Evil' meets 'Jurassic Park' and the game was as amazing as it sounds, with the franchise selling 5 million copies.

The franchise has been dormant since 2003's 'Dino Crisis 3', but the games are fondly remembered by those who play them.

'Dino Crisis 3' was an Xbox exclusive meaning that PlayStation 2 owners didn't get the chance to play the game, and they missed out.

'Dino Crisis 3' took place on a space station, and it was as brilliantly silly as that premise implies.

Gamers hope that the reinvigorated interest can open the door for a full-fledged remake of the series, and ideally with series creator Shinji Mikami involved.

The legendary Japanese game director recently served as an executive producer on the surprise hit 'Ghostwire: Tokyo', while the 'Resident Evil' franchise has reinvigorated itself since Mikami left Capcom, with us giving 'Resident Evil Village' a slot in our best games of 2021 list.