The Humble Bundle Store is hosting its end of summer sale, which has discounts of up to 90% on a range of titles and major price cuts on a variety of popular games from AAA to indie.
The Humble Bundle Store sale runs until September 10, 10am PST / 6pm BST, and a percentage of all sales will be given to Heifer International, a charity whose mission is to end hunger and poverty in a sustainable way.
Some of the highlights of the Humble Bundle end of summer sale includes 92% off A Way Out and 75% off Yakuza 0, one of the best Yakuza games in the series. You can also get 20% off Control Ultimate Edition, 50% off No Man’s Sky, 40% off Red Dead Redemption 2 Ultimate Edition and 67% off Command and Conquer Remastered Collection.
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Humble Bundle deals:
Further savings are available for those who sign up to Humble Choice premium, which is currently 75% off for new customers. Humble Choice subscribers can get up to $300 worth of games, which are yours to keep forever, and an additional 20% discount on the Humble Store. Just enter the coupon code gamescom2020 before September 1 to receive the 75% discount.
If you’re already a subscriber to Humble Choice, you can earn $8 credit by referring a friend, which can be used to pick up some new games in the sale. And remember, whatever you buy, a percentage of every sale goes to helping charities.
Since 2010, the Humble community has contributed over $185,000,000 to charity. Its Conquer Covid-19 bundle in April offered $1,000 worth of games and books for just $30, and is one of many tempting collections the company has provided over the years.
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