Sony is back for its PS Plus games for June, with Call of Duty: WW2 available for download from May 26 to July 6.
Many were disappointed with May's offering of Farming Simulator 2019 and Cities: Skylines, which aren't exactly hit titles. The two games can also be considered more of a niche, so having a popular name like Call of Duty to offer should be better suited for players who subscribe to PS Plus.
Call of Duty: WW2, which has been well received by fans and critics alike, goes back to revisit the exhausting Second World War. This marked a welcome change from the series' most recent releases that revolved around the futuristic war and a comeback for the annual shooter of Activision as a whole.
PS Plus: Call of Duty: WWII members are part of the monthly games programming for June and will be available for download from May 26. We will be sharing additional details on our monthly schedule later this week. Enjoy! pic.twitter.com/ECVwca1cXqMay 25, 2020
More details to come
Sony is keeping its cards close to its chest for the other free titles it has planned for June, but we'll find out more this week and update this post accordingly. There have been some rumors that Spider-Man is the other free title for June, but we'll have to wait for confirmation to see if it's true.
If you're a PS Plus subscriber and want to download Farming Simulator 2019 or Cities: Skylines, you can grab both games before they leave the rotation on June 1.