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[Update] Humble Bundle Monthly - August 2018

After a long time without updating, my neglect, I bring back the information about Humble Monthly, and there are only a few days left to buy it.

This month, Humble Monthly delivered, as early access, the games A Hat in Time, The Escapists 2, and Conan Exiles, the games are redeemed through Steam. There are still a few titles that will be delivered on Friday, August 3, at 12:00 M.

 

What is Humble Monthly?

Humble Monthly is a monthly subscription system created by HB, which, for a monthly payment, delivers a certain number of games. HB guarantees that the games have never been in another bundle before; they are usually AAA and indie titles with high ratings from users and specialized critics. Humble Monthly is released on the first Friday of each month and includes an early access title, sometimes two. At the end of the month, when the next month’s Humble Monthly is released, the other titles that the package contains are revealed, in addition to the “Humble Original”, which are exclusive games accessible only with Humble Monthly; most are experimental, but some have made it to Steam. In addition to this, we have access to the Humble Trove, which includes DRM-free titles. They range from titles included in previously offered bundles, not just from Humble Monthly, and the “Humble Original” games. They are only available when the subscription is active.

The subscription can be canceled if we are not interested in the early access game, or if the budget doesn’t allow it, and it can be reactivated the following month. HB also offers subscription cycles of three, six, and 12 months, with a slight discount. The normal monthly price is US$12, a really low price for the titles they include.

There’s still time to subscribe!

Update

These are the games that completed the Humble Monthly of August:

A great Humble Monthly, three great games from my wishlist: The Escapists 2, Sudden Strike 4, and Kona. Additionally, a friend traded A Hat in Time for Eco, which I’ve wanted to try for a while. Very good games at a very good price.

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