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Last Chance To Get This Killer PC Game Deal
There's no shortage of ways to get great deals on PC games. Steam has regular sales, as do storefronts like Green Man Gaming, Fanatical, and the Humble Store. But best deals are generally on bundles of games. And right now, you can get a 12-month subscription to Humble Monthly for $99. The deal ends at 11:59 PM PT December 15 (2:59 AM ET December 16), so don't wait too long.
What comes with a Humble Monthly subscription? Each month, you receive a bundle of around eight or nine PC games, some of which are announced and made available at the start of the cycle, and the rest come as a surprise at the end. The value of each month's games generally adds up to around $200. Considering this deal's pricing breaks down to $8.33 per month, that's quite a deal.
The catch is that you're paying for the games sight unseen. You can look at the contents of previous bundles here to get an idea of the kinds of games the service includes. Heavy hitters from recent months are Overwatch, Hitman: The Complete First Season, Destiny 2, Cities Skylines, and Conan Exiles. Each month also comes with a number of indie titles, with recent highlights being Hollow Knight, Battle Chef Brigade, and A Hat in Time.
The games revealed so far for this month are Just Cause 3 XXL Edition, Project Cars 2, and Wizard of Legend. If you subscribe, you can download and play those titles immediately. The rest of the month's games will be revealed and made available to subscribers on January 4.
In addition to the monthly game bundles, a Humble Monthly subscription grants you access to the Trove, a collection of dozens of games you can download and play any time as long as you have an active membership. A cut of your subscription payment goes to charity as well. Finally, all Humble Monthly subscribers get 10% off Humble Store purchases. You can find more information in Humble Monthly's FAQ.
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