Humble Bundle has come a long way from being simply a bundling service for past-their-prime games. The monthly bundle is now known asand gives subscribers a pick of games each month, usually including at least one major title.
The number of choices are based on the tier of subscription, with a few lucky classic subscribers getting nearly every game for $12 a month. If you're looking to get a new subscription, that many choices will set you back $19.99, and comes with up to 20% off games in the Humble Store as well so even if these games aren't chosen, you can enjoy good discounts with a subscription.
June saw several recent games including Supraland, Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice, and Barotrauma, which all come with very positive reviews. There was also the perennial wargaming favourite Men of War: Assault Squad 2 and all its DLC.
Humble Choice July Games
Well, we were right on one count, that's something at least. The official list is now available below and you can always pick up some of the games we thought might have appeared as a special treat for yourself anyway...
- Age of Wonders: Planetfall Deluxe Edition
- Void Bastards
- Railway Empire
- Battlestar Galactica Deadlock Season One
- Yuppie Psycho
- Beat Hazard 2
- Sigma Theory
- Metal Unit
- Don't Escape: 4 Days to Survive
- Verlet Swing
Humble Choice July 2020 Predictions
In this article we're going to cover a few predictions for what we could expect from Humble Choice in July 2020. We'll probably be wrong but there are patterns to look for; certain publishers that bundle more often than others, original release dates, a drop off in concurrent players, even genre. So without more ado, let's jump in.
Vampyr is set in post WW1 London and you play doctor-turned-vampyr Jonathan Reid, who must pick victims carefully as he walks the line between savior and monster. The game was lauded for its originality, nuanced morality, and atmosphere, but suffered from a lack of polish at release. At just over 2 years old, with lowish player numbers, the game is well placed to be an option. The studio has also previously released Life Is Strange in a Humble Bundle while their publisher, Focus Home Interactive have thrown a lot of games at us through various bundles over the years. Take a bite over at the.
Monster Hunter: World
Monster Hunter: World unleashes beasts on the world and lets you hunt them either solo or co-op with up to 3 other players. Another game hitting the 2 year mark in its lifespan, it also sees a major content update on July 9th, coincidentally around the early unlock time for the month. We know from the past that games love to use these updates to bring in a fresh wave of players and nothing brings in gamers like a title slot in Humble Choice. Take a closer look over at the.
Outward is an ambitious and unique experience and is one of the best examples of a co-op RPG in existence, with a standout feature of split screen in addition to the more usual online co-operative gameplay. To take things further, it's an RPG coupled with survival challenges where you must deal with the environment, disease, sleep, and where backpack weight actually matters. You can drop everything to fight or run from creatures much more powerful than yourself, or prepare intricate ritualistic spellcasting if you have the time and resources. Publishers Deep Silver are no strangers to Humble either, so this is a definite possibility. Get 60% off over atnow.
Hopping into the stylish option Humble Choice seems to love, Katana Zero is a neo-noir action-platformer with fast action and instant-death. The game has overwhelming positive reviews loving everything from the style to the music and the smooth as silk gameplay. It's quite a short game by most standards but that doesn't seem to bother anyone. Have a nosey at the visuals in the.
Our pick for the monthly management game that always turns up in the choices, Railway Empire has a lot of DLC that bring in the money, so the base game hitting a bundle would bolster those sales and make it more likely to appear. It features dozens of trains modelled in accurate detail and a full support structure to put in place to keep them running, all while competing against other tycoons to dominate the age of steam. Take a train over to theto see what you're missing.
Valkyria Chronicles 4
Coming as our last pick doesn't mean it's the least wanted, with the delightfully animated anime-esque style leading the list in unique visuals. Part turn-based strategy, part real-time 3rd person shooter, and part RPG, follow Squad E through the early days of war as fresh faced recruits in a coming of age story. Think of it a bit like X-COM but with you taking direct control of each soldier instead of just clicking a square. If you'd like to take a look at just how organically the artwork feels, you can head over toto have a gawk.
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