We now know one of the games that will be a part of PlayStation Plus' June lineup.
On Twitter, Sony announced that Call of Duty: WWII will be coming to PlayStation Plus as one of the service's June titles. The game will be released one week ahead of the month's other titles, with subscribers being able to download the game on May 26th. No other details were given on which games players can expect to be available this month, though the tweet did state that more information on what other games we can expect to be available on the service will come later this week.
Call of Duty: WWII was developed by Sledgehammer Games, and originally saw release in 2017 (via GameSpot). The game brought the Call of Duty franchise back to the World War II era, with the last title that focused on that time being World at War in 2008. WWII is known for its single-player campaign and traditional multiplayer modes. The game also had a War mode that featured unique maps and attack / defend objectives.
May's two games that were available through PlayStation Plus were Cities: Skylines and Farming Simulator 19, which are both still available to download for PlayStation Plus subscribers. Cities: Skylines is a city builder sim where players are given a small and bustling community that they will try to develop into a megacity. The actions of the player will decide whether or not the city will succeed and prosper, or fail and collapse. Farming Simulator 19 allows players to escape the stress of city life by by jumping into a rural setting. Players will grow crops, raise livestock, ride horses, or drive around on over 300 different vehicles.
PlayStation Plus subscribers should make sure to pick up Cities: Skylines and Farming Simulator 19 before they leave the service on June 1st.