PlayStation Plus members, especially FPS fans, are in for a treat this week, thanks to the one-two punch of this month’s free games:
Call of Duty: WWII, Available from May 26
Developer: Sledgehammer Games | Publisher: Activision
In 2017’s addition to the Call of Duty franchise, you return to the dramatic backdrop of World War 2 and the series’ roots. In the game’s campaign, you play a vital, frontline role across Europe directly inspired by key moments from the real world conflict. As always, the game features multiplayer as well where you can battle it out alongside – and against – other players.
Star Wars Battlefront 2, Available from June 2
Developer: EA DICE | Publisher: Electronic Arts
Another 2017 FPS in a long-running franchise, Battlefront 2 was a controversial game because of its micro-transactions when it came out. EA has since removed all non-cosmetic microtransactions, and the game has received numerous content updates regularly as well, with the latest major one on April 29 of this year.
So players can now freely play the game and participate in huge Star Wars battle across three eras, taking on the tole of heroes, villains, and everything in between.
Both games are available to claim until July 6th. So, those are the two freebies for PS Plus members this month, and it’s hard to complain about getting two major triple-A FPS titles, that’s some pretty great value. Let us know what you think about them in the comments below.