PlayStation Plus Games Double As Excuse to Direct You To Our Battlefront II Guides

Who wants to go into a three-year-old multiplayer game unprepared?

Sony has announced that June’s two free PlayStation Plus games will be Call of Duty: WWII and Star Wars: Battlefront II.

Call of Duty: WWII was 2017’s entry into Activision’s annual shooter franchise, and the influx of new players coming in with the game being free means it’s going to have a lively online multiplayer community. So if the free-to-play battle royale game Call of Duty: Warzone isn’t your jam, then maybe a more traditional Call of Duty experience will scratch that particular itch for you.

But also, there’s Star Wars: Battlefront II, which brings not only an actual story campaign to the series, which was notably absent from the first game in the rebooted series back in 2015, but has also been seeing some steady multiplayer support since the sequel launched in 2017.

You know who else has been providing new Star Wars: Battlefront II content recently? This here Fanbyte period com. Even as recently as the past few weeks, we’ve been rolling out some new guides for the game, and if you’re thinking about jumping in while the game is free and has a thriving online community, what better way to go in than “prepared thanks to the helpful guides of the aforementioned Fanbyte period com”?

Let’s see what we’ve got here. If you’re wondering how to unlock other skins for series favorites like Rey or Darth Maul, we have guides both for the new trilogy’s heroine and the prequel trilogy’s only standout character. We also have guides for several of the game’s classes, including the following: the Assault class, the Officer class, the Specialist class, and the Heavy class.

While it might be intimidating coming into either of these games’ multiplayer modes after people have been playing them for three years and have probably gotten pretty good, it’s certainly not too late to jump into Battlefront II, and with so many people about to be coming into the game, there should be a pretty even playing field for you and any friends you want to drag along with you.

Both games will officially be free to download until July 6.

In other news:

As these games become free for PlayStation Plus subscribers, May’s free games, which are Cities: Skylines and Farming Simulator 19, will revert to paid status. So if you haven’t added those to your library yet, you might want to get on that before June 1.

Rumors were floating around before this announcement that Insomniac’s Spider-man would be among the free games available to Plus subscribers, but that doesn’t seem to be the case. Maybe we’ll see it closer to the launch of the PlayStation 5 as it gets touted out as a game that will be getting some next-gen enhancements? In the meantime, why not read up on the process of sculpting that particular superhero’s nipples?

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Kenneth Shepard

Kenneth is a Georgia-based writer who still periodically cries about the Mass Effect trilogy years after it concluded.

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