As part of their monthly PlayStation Plus lineup, Sony announced that subscribers will receive Call of Duty: WWII beginning on May 26 as part of the free games offered in June.
Call of Duty: WWII released in 2017 from developer Sledgehammer Games, which aimed to take players back to a more grounded setting of war. Gone away were the times where we can wall jump and blast through the air as if we had superpowers. The developer took away the technology of the futuristic direction that the series was leading and brought it to a much grittier experience. Sure, you have your loot boxes, but the game marked a start in the right direction for the series after a few stinkers.
The game will feature both a solo campaign and an online multiplayer for players to jump in and climb the ranks. For those who haven’t played a Call of Duty game in a while, this is an excellent place to start.
Sony has yet to reveal what the other titles are offers will be for June, but it seems subscribers are getting their rewards a little early this month, which we won’t complain about.
We’ll be sure to keep you updated on other PlayStation Plus offerings.
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