In a few days, we should know the list of games offered by Sony and Microsoft under their respective subscriptions. However, Sony takes the lead and unveils a first title, which will be available tomorrow.
Indeed, the official PlayStation twitter account in France has just announced that players subscribed to PS Plus will be able to download Call of Duty: WWII from tomorrow, even if the availability time remains unknown. As a reminder, Call of Duty: WWII was released in 2017 and marks a return to the sources of the license, which was increasingly oriented towards modern and futuristic warfare. The title was developed by Sledgehammer Games, which wanted to offer a new reading of the Second World War.
Notice to PS Plus subscribers! Call of Duty: WWII will be one of the June games, downloadable on PS4 from May 26.
We will be sharing more details on PS Plus games this week. pic.twitter.com/RycV6Gia5N
– PlayStation France (@PlayStationFR) May 25, 2020