Humble PlayStation Bundle features nine games
A new console bundle helps support charity and gets you nearly $250 in games on the cheap
It’s not often Humble Bundle offers console bundles. In fact, this is only the third time it’s happened.
Humble Bundle announced a new bundle that includes nine PlayStation titles Tuesday. It lasts through Feb. 12 at 11 a.m.
The first two bundles were in partnership with THQ Nordic — the first in 2016 and the second in 2017. Both were also exclusive to PlayStation. This new bundle includes several developers and publishers like Double Fine/LucasArts and Flying Wild Hog/Devolver Digital.
“A new PlayStation bundle? Yes, indie-d!” the Humble Bundle description reads. “Welcome to our very first mixed-publisher PlayStation bundle. Get games like Killing Floor 2, Shadow Warrior 2, Layers of Fear, The Talos Principle, and plenty more for your PS4. Happy gaming!”
There are nine titles offered with three of them — Grim Fandango Remastered, Broken Age and Killing Floor 2 — having been offered on PlayStation Plus in the past.
In addition, the $1 level includes the Grim Fandango and InnerSpace soundtracks and the more-than-average level comes with soundtracks for Layers of Fear and Broken Age.
As of publication of this article, the bundle had sold 8,671 times and the average price paid was $9.80. You can click here to purchase the bundle.
Take a look below at what you can get while supporting your favorite charity or the default charities for this bundle, which include Game Changer, Save the Children and Rett Syndrome Research Trust.
Grim Fandango Remastered (previously offered on PlayStation Plus)
The Bard’s Tale Remastered
Pay more than average
Broken Age (previously offered on PlayStation Plus)
Layers of Fear
Wasteland 2 Director’s Cut
The Talos Principle
Killing Floor 2 (previously offered on PlayStation Plus)
Shadow Warrior 2
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