Off the back of a very simulator-heavy month of May, Sony has announced via the PlayStation Blog that June’s PlayStation Plus games will be Call of Duty: WWII and Star Wars Battlefront II. You’ll be able to grab these two games from June 2.
In saying that, it was announced earlier this week (May 26) that Call of Duty: WWII would be a part of June’s offerings and it’s already available for download now. Despite it being a few years old, WWII is still a solid and grounded entry into the series that ticks a lot of boxes (we gave it an 8).
From one shooter to another, Battlefront II has seen its fair share of controversy and backlash from microtransactions (we gave it a 4 on launch). As someone who’s been playing it casually since release, I can confidently say that game has improved massively and is now 100% worth playing, whether you’re a Star Wars fan or not.
A pretty shooter-heavy month, June is in pretty stark contrast to this month’s Farming Simulator 19 and Cities Skylines which will be available for PlayStation Plus members until June 1. If you’re in need of a membership top-up, the 12-month subscription is currently discounted as a part of Sony’s Days of Play sale.
Are you keen on WWII or Battlefront II? Have you been playing Farming Sim 19 or Cities Skylines? Let us know.