PlayStation Plus First Free Game Of June 2020 Announced
One of the free PlayStation Plus games for June 2020 has been revealed early. Call Of Duty: WWII, the 2017 instalment developed by Sledgehammer Games, will be free to download for all PS Plus subscribers starting today (May 26th). I'm not entirely sure why this one was announced so much earlier than usual... but I'm not complaining.
PlayStation also confirmed that it'll be sharing more details about the other free games for June on May 27th, which will be joining the service on June 2nd. At the time of writing, I have no idea which or how many games will be joining Call Of Duty: WWII, but it's likely to be one. Two at most.
At present, Call Of Duty: WWII sits alongside May's free games: Cities Skylines and Farming Simulator 19. Both are immersive simulation games, although with very different focuses. One puts the emphasis on building a glittering metropolis, the other teaches you how to drive a tractor. I'm sure you can work out which is which.
May's PlayStation Plus offerings actually ended up dividing a lot of fans, with many complaining they had no interest in pretend farms or fictional urban planning. A shame, because both titles are genuinely fantastic in their own right. You have until June 1st to get your hands on them and see for yourself.
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In other Call Of Duty news, it seems as if Activision is gearing up to announce the 2020 instalment. Multiple reports believe that the next COD is being developed by Treyarch, and will be a reboot of Black Ops called Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. This lines up with a lot of discoveries that have recently been made in the battle royale Warzone, including mysterious coded messages and Cold War-era planes.
In fact, some fans even believe that once the new Call Of Duty has been announced, Warzone will be getting a complete map overhaul to better match up to the incoming game. This is almost entirely speculation at this point though.
New Call Of Duty games are typically revealed around this time of year, so I'd expect we'll be getting an official confirmation of the new title very soon indeed. It could even be that the early inclusion of Call Of Duty: WWII on PlayStation Plus was done for a reason. We'll have to wait and see, but with things really starting to heat up in Warzone, the general consensus is that something big is coming.
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