If, like everyone else, you're stuck indoors with some free time for gaming and you're looking for something new but familiar, you're in luck.

Next month's free game on PlayStation Plus is none other than 'Call of Duty: World War II' from 2017. That means the full game, minus any DLC, is available for free to download if you have a PlayStation Plus subscription. That said, you're probably going to have to clear out some space for it because it's a digital download.

So, is it actually worth downloading? Well, at the time of its release, it was the highest-grossing game of the year in the US, and was nominated for a good few awards. That said, the reviews at the time were good, but certainly not ecstatic. On our ranking of the single-player campaigns of the franchise, we placed it in fifth ahead of 'Black Ops II' and the original 'Modern Warfare'.

The big point to stress about this is that the game's free if you're on PlayStation Plus, so you can download it and if you decide it ain't for you, delete it and move on with your life. This month's offerings, 'Cities: Skylines' and 'Farming Simulator' are both still available until June 1st.

However, the second game of the month on PlayStation Plus hasn't yet been announced, but rumours are already beginning to circulate that it could well end up being 'Spider-Man'.