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One more humbling decision must now be made. Arkane’s newest immersive simulation is the featured game for the month of October. There are eight games included in the bundle that may be purchased together.
Death loop, Monster Train: First Class Edition, The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope, Disciples: Liberation, Maid of Skier, Epic Chef, Railroad Corporation, and Golf Gang are just some of the titles you’ll find in this bundle.
When you sign up for Humble Choice’s single $11.99 tier, you’ll have access to all eight titles. Bonuses include a growing discount at the Humble Store and access to a library of DRM-free titles through the Humble Games Collection.
This week, Humble added not one but two game bundles, the first of which is the RPG Legends package.
Enhanced versions of Icewind Dale and Planescape are included in this for a buck each, followed by Neverwinter Nights Complete, Baldur’s Gate I, its downloadable content, and Baldur’s Gate II for ten dollars. The third and final tier costs an extra $20 but adds just one thing: a physical copy of Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous.
Just recently, Humble unveiled the Warhammer Vermintide Franchise Bundle. Here, you can get Vermintide for only a buck, whereas Vermintide 2 costs ten times as much. Additional material, such as expansions and downloadable content (DLC), is unlocked at higher tiers, with the highest tier costing $18 and including 19 separate pieces of DLC.
And Epic didn’t forget to upload its offer either, with Rising Hell and Slain: Back From Hell taking the place of Runbow and The Drone Racing League Sim from the previous week.
A roguelike, Rising Hell has randomly generated stages of vertical platforming and adversaries.
Just like in Slain, there are a plethora of foes and monsters to vanquish in Slain: Back from Hell, but this time around the difficulty is dialed up a notch. Both titles include intense metal scores that help keep the pace of the games going.
Until October 13th, you may get your hands on two titles with a hellish theme. ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove, the iconic mash-up compilation, is coming up next as a freebie at the shop.
Next Fest, Steam’s annual demo festival, returned earlier this week for its newest round. You’ve got till October 10 to check out demos of future independent games of all types. If you’re looking to browse the many available demonstrations, here is your center.
Several well-known games are presently accessible to test out for free online on weekends. Bethesda has kicked things off by making its open-world, multiplayer RPG set in the apocalyptic wasteland of Fallout 76 available to everyone until the end of the weekend. This weekend, players may also get their hands on Humankind, a free-to-play 4X strategy game developed by Amplitude that aims to emulate the Civ experience.
Alongside this, we have free weekend promotions for both the 2D cooperative submarine simulator Barotrauma and the medieval fighting game Mordhau, which supports multiple players.