All "Free" games in June 2020 for PS4 and Xbox One


from David Martin
The "Free" games for PS Plus and Games with Gold in June 2020 have been announced. Both Sony and Microsoft have announced which games online service members will receive in the new month. PS4 players start downloads from Call of Duty: WW2 and Star Wars: Battlefront 2. Coffee Talk is also available on Xbox One. In the article we summarize the details – and name the individual download dates. We also have videos on the new "free" games for PS Plus and Games with Gold.

The lists of "free" games for PS Plus and Games with Gold in June 2020 are available. Both Sony and Microsoft have since released details of the line-ups for members of the online services. PS4 players with an active subscription to PlayStation Plus receive, among other things, the first person shooter Call of Duty: WW2. The special feature: The "free" game is already available for download from the PlayStation Store. PS Plus members still have to be patient for the second full version: Star Wars: Battlefront 2 will only be available for download from PSN on June 2, 2020. To get access you need a PS Plus membership. The annual subscription usually costs 60 euros. You are currently receiving one year of PS Plus at a special price of 41.99 euros.

Players on Xbox One with Gold membership in Xbox Live will also receive a selection of "free" games in June 2020. Shantae and the Pirate's Curse will be available for download between June 1st and 30th. As of June 16, Coffee Talk will be available "free" from the Xbox Games Store as part of Games with Gold for Xbox One. Xbox 360 Destroy all Humans released! and Sine Mora.

The two classics can also be played on the current Microsoft console with the backward compatibility of Xbox One. To gain access you need Xbox Live Gold. The annual subscription costs around 60 euros. Please note that you have to link the individual "free" games to your profile within the duration of the offer in order to be able to play them indefinitely during an active membership. We have put together the individual dates and game lists again below. Trailers and videos are also waiting for you.

PS Plus in June 2020: The new PS4 Games

  • Call of Duty: WW2 (already available)

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Call of Duty: WW2: The multiplayer mode in the test video

  • Star Wars: Battlefront 2 (from June 2, 2020)

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Star Wars: Battlefront 2 – review video of the controversial shooter

Games with Gold in June 2020: list of dates

  • Shantae and the Pirate's Curse, Xbox One – June 1-30
  • Coffee Talk, Xbox One – June 16 to July 15

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Games with Gold: Watch the "Free" games of June 2020 in the video

  • Destroy all Humans !, Xbox 360 and Xbox One – June 1-15
  • Sine Mora, Xbox 360 and Xbox One – June 16-30
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Sine Mora – The launch trailer for the shoot 'em up

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PlayStation Plus: These are the "free" games of June 2020

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PS Plus in June 2020: Next to CoD WW2 next free game released

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PS Plus: Activation of the first "free" game for June 2020 already today, more information shortly

With Call of Duty: WW2, Sony announced the first "free" game for PS Plus in June 2020. The activation takes place today.

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