After having petitions signed over PS Plus games in May 2020, Sony beefed up their offer for June and we're looking at Call of Duty: WWII and Star Wars: Battlefront 2.
Sony have already confirmed Call of Duty: WWII as the first game they'll be giving to PS Plus subscribers in June, but the second one comes courtesy of Days of Play 2020's brief teaser.
As you can see, it's Star Wars: Battlefront 2, Dice and EA's game that's earned itself quite a bad reputation when it launched. Mind you the controversy was solely linked to the microtransaction-laden progression, which was so over the top that it kickstarted the entire discussion.
As it stands today, Star Wars: Battlefront 2 is likely the most comprehensive Star Wars experience you can have in the world of gaming. We'd have mentioned Respawn's take on the franchise as well, but that's singleplayer only, so Battlefront 2 has the upper hand in the "comprehensive" department.
Dice recently launched the last content pack for Star Wars: Battlefront 2, which takes players to the tropical world of Scarif. While there will be no more expansions, there's plenty to do in-game, doubly so for newer players.
"Looking beyond April, we're transitioning to a phase where the servers, in-game challenges, recurring events such as Double XP and more, and game support will carry this broad and rich Star Wars gaming experience into the future. This means that we're moving away from delivering regular content updates", they wrote.
We've seen a bunch of rumours about PS Plus lineups these months, and the constant overhyping and speculation resulted in flat-out disappointment and even a petition to change the offered games.