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Upcoming PS Plus Games Possibly Leaked: Ridge Racer 2, Dino Crisis & More

It seems the Italian PlayStation Italian Blog has hinted at a few more games coming to PS Plus Premium, including Dino Crisis, Ridge Racer 2 and more.

The Italian blog post related to the PlayStation Plus releases in July announced three extra titles coming to PS Plus Premium, including Capcom’s classic survival horror Dino Crisis for PlayStation 1, Ridge Racer 2, and Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny for PSP. However, all these three titles were removed from the listing after a short period of time, hinting that the games might come in the future. Check out all the details below.

Upcoming PS Plus Games Leaked: Ridge Racer 2, Dino Crisis

Upcoming PS Plus Games Possibly Leaked - Ridge Racer 2, Dino Crisis

The catalog of permanent games of PS Plus Extra and Premium is finally being enriched with new titles, arriving during the month of July. According to the PlayStation Italian blog, however, the players would also have the opportunity to play some classic titles in preview compared to other markets. To find out some users on Twitter, who pointed out that only on the Italian page of the PlayStation blog, there are titles such as Dino Crisis, Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny, and Ridge Racer 2, in addition to the two PSP titles, already announced.

It is not clear whether this is due to an oversight by the editor of the blog, and it would not surprise us to see a post update in this regard. For now, however, it makes longtime gamers dream, that they will finally be able to replay titles like Dino Crisis or Ridge Racer 2 using their PS4 or PS5 console.

For the rest of the world, meanwhile, the list of classic games that will be added is limited to No Heroes Allowed! and LocoRoco Midnight Carnival, both titles from the PlayStation Portable era.

The news, we are sure, will make all gamers who are subscribers to PlayStation Plus happy. All three titles are small masterpieces in their own genre. Dino Crisis, however, is repeatedly requested by the community. The Capcom title is often at the center of rumors describing its return with a new chapter or remake. The software house, not long ago, promised that it would listen to the community but did not specify which request it would accept. Then it announced the sequel to Dragon’s Dogma.

Meanwhile, remember that in this month of July, 19 titles such as Stray, FF VII Remake Intergrade, and Marvel’s Avengers will be introduced. Five Assassin’s Creed and three Saint’s Row titles also appear on the list.