PlayStation Plus is a subscription service that allows players access to online multiplayer gameplay features, special discounts, and free video games each and every month. The service grants players with a couple of free video games every month and if you keep up your subscription service, you can enjoy the games as long as you like. However, once you miss a payment, the games are taken away, but it’s a nice way to get a few free video games each month to keep you busy between your most anticipated video game launches.
These services are quite enticing especially today with the current health pandemic situation. While some big-name titles are pushed back or delayed simply due to the difficulties of shipping units into the markets, players could gain some entertainment from a small monthly to a yearly fee. While the games are usually kept secret until closer to its release date, Sony decided to tease at least one game for its followers on Twitter. We now know in June one of the games that will be included in the PlayStation Plus subscription is Call of Duty: WWII. While it’s not the latest installment to the franchise, it’s likely going to see plenty of players trying the game for the first time or at least offer a resurgence for its online multiplayer.
We’re not sure what the next game included in PlayStation Plus will be but already we have a pretty big AAA hitter. These games are not always the biggest hit for fans as we can look back to the announcement of this particular month’s lineup. The current lineup is Cities Skylines and Farming Simulator 19 which sparked a petition in hopes that Sony would change the games up.
While there’s no way of pleasing everyone, next month does offer a big change from this current simulation and management game lineup. What are you hoping to see added into June 2020 PlayStation Plus video game lineup?