'Call of Duty: WWII' Is Free for PlayStation Plus Users Right Now

PlayStation Plus users are getting a good one in June.

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PlayStation's June freebies for PlayStation Plus members will be getting started a little early. 

On Memorial Day, Playstation announced that PlayStation Plus members will get access to Call of Duty: WWII for free starting Tuesday, May 26. It's on the list of free games for members in June, but you'll be able to access that download a little early. Call of Duty: WWII can be downloaded while you're making sure you didn't miss Cities: Skylines and Farming Simulator 19, which are May's games for PS Plus members. 

PlayStation announced the June game in a tweet, adding that the second free game for June will be announced later in the week. 

A PlayStation Plus subscription gets you monthly free games (only available while your subscription is active), 100GB of online storage, online multiplayer games, solid discounts in the PlayStation Store, and early access to new game trials. It'll run you $59.99 for the year, which isn't bad if you wind up landing a game you really want like Call of Duty. If you haven't ever given Plus a shot, you might be eligible to grab a free trial. Find out by checking the PlayStation Store, because nabbing a free game you actually want to play is better than another night spent with Minesweeper

h/t Lifehacker

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Dustin Nelson is a Senior Staff Writer at Thrillist. He's not sure games ever got better than Minesweeper. Follow him @dlukenelson.