And Sony may have another third-party exclusive up its sleeves that Xbox gamers may be jealous about.
Twitter user and YouTuber @foxygames_uk is hinting at an unannounced PS5 timed exclusive.
And while the gaming tipster did not specifically name what IP Sony might have struck a deal for a heavy hint was dropped.
Foxy Games UK tweeted: “Hong Kong seems like a really good setting for a unannounced #PS5 *Timed Exclusive.”
Looking back, there aren’t too many Hong Kong-based games that could be getting revived for the PS5.
The more obvious candidate, however, would be another long lost franchise from the PS3 and Xbox 360 era.
Sleeping Dogs is a Hong Kong-based open-world crime game in the vein of GTA.
It was originally envisioned as part of the True Crime series, before that series was canned.
Sleeping Dogs received positive reviews on its release in 2012, getting an 83 PS3 Metacritic rating and an 80 Xbox 360 Metacritic score.
While the open-world crime game also debuted in at number one on UK games sales charts, going on to sell 1.5million copies within its first month and a half on sale.
An enhanced version was released for the PS4 and Xbox One in 2014, with a macOS edition also dropping in 2016.
But apart from that news on whether the franchise will continue has gone quiet.
The tweet from Foxy Games UK, however, has sparked speculation that the franchise could be about to make a return.
Replying to the tweet one gamer posted: “Sleeping Dogs would be amazing”.
While another wrote: “Sleeping Dogs?”
And one added: “Stop tempting us”.
With a Sleeping Dogs movie in the works starring Ip Man martial arts legend Donnie Yen now could be the perfect time to revive the series.
Square Enix will be taking part in E3 this year, so if a Sleeping Dogs revival is in the works we may find out then.
This post originally appeared on Daily Express :: Gaming Feed