But you’re asking, isn’t tomorrow May 26? Yes, it is! However, today is a national day of mourning for the soldiers who fought and died while serving in the United States Armed Forces. The game is rather good, I reviewed it in 2017 and came away with how exciting the multiplayer was, the Headquarters lobby, and campaign. I wasn’t (and still am not) a fan of paid multiplayer maps so I dropped the game pretty soon after the first set of paid maps came into the rotation.
Don’t let that deter you from checking the game out though, it’s fun and it is free and it also doesn’t eat up 200 GB of hard drive space like Call of Duty: Modern Warfare does after the latest update. Sony also confirmed that they would share additional details on June’s game line up.
Be sure to grab May’s free PlayStation Plus titles, you have until June 5, 2020 to grab them.