Sony announced the first game it will offer to its PlayStation Plus members for free in June. Call of Duty: WWII will be available for free download by PlayStation Plus members starting tomorrow.
As many of us know, Sony regularly offers free games to PlayStation Plus members every month. Sony released the Cities: Skyline and Farming Simulator 2019 games for free this month and announced the first free game in June.
The free game to be offered to PlayStation Plus members in June will be Call of Duty: WWII, and users will be able to access this game for free on May 26. Also, according to Sony’s statement, a list of other games that will be free during June will be released later this week. If you have a PlayStation Plus membership, you will have free access to Call of Duty: WWII until July 6.
Call of Duty: WWII official trailer:
Call of Duty: WWII was released in 2017 and has received generally positive reviews by players. Game; Er Ronald, who recently joined the American First Infantry Division in his story, is involved in the operation of the “Red” Daniels on the Normandy Landing operation called D-Day. Red and his team survive the big battle on the coast of Normandy, as they move towards Germany, players will have the chance to experience the atmosphere of famous world war locations and battles such as Hürtgen Forest and Battle of the Bulge.
It is useful to state that; you need to have an active PlayStation Plus account to play the games offered for free, and the games do not automatically appear in your game library. If you already have a PlayStation Plus membership and you still haven’t received the free games of May, you can have Cities: Skylines and Farming Simulator 2019 games for free until June 1. If you don’t have a PlayStation Plus membership, you can check out the official PlayStation Plus membership page of PlayStation here, and get information about price information and the privileges of PlayStation Plus membership.