EA's Humble Origin Bundle offers Dead Space 3 for $1
New pay-what-you-want bundle allows you to set your own price for Dead Space 3, Dead Space, Mirror's Edge, Crysis 2, Medal of Honor, and Burnout Paradise.
The latest Humble Bundle, the Humble Origin Bundle, allows customers to pay what they want for six EA games.
Customers can pay a minimum of $1 for Dead Space 3, Dead Space, Mirror's Edge, Crysis 2: Maximum Edition, Medal of Honor, and Burnout Paradise: The Ultimate Box. Those paying above the average--$4.74 at time of writing--will also receive Battlefield 3 and The Sims 3: Starter Pack, which contains The Sims 3 and expansions Late Night Expansion Pack, and High-End Loft Stuff.
All games can be redeemed on Origin, and everything but Battlefield 3, Dead Space 3, and The Sims 3 can be redeemed on Steam.
At time of writing, the Humble Origin Bundle has so far made $3.2 million. EA itself is taking none of the money, instead opting to give all proceeds to charity. Customers can choose to allocate their donation between five charities: Human Rights Campaign, Watsi, San Francisco AIDS Foundation, American Cancer Society, and American Red Cross.
All of the games require a Windows PC, with the exception of The Sims 3, which will also run on Mac.
The Humble Origin Bundle will be available until August 28.
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