Sign up before the month changes over and gain access to subscriber-only games. This month’s selection includes Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Blasphemous, and Phantom Doctrine, just to name a few.
New Deal: Humble Choice Subscription for $4 – $19 / Month
Humble Choice Subscription
Humble Choice Subscriptions: What Are My Options?
The Humble Choice Lite plan is $4.99 a month ($44.99 per year) and gives you access to the Humble Trove (which has around 90 games), as well as limited access to Humble-published games and betas, and a standing 10% discount to the Humble Store.
The Humble Choice Basic plan costs $14.99 a month ($134.99 per year), gives you everything from the Lite plan, unlimited access to Humble-published originals and betas, and lets you pick three games (from a revolving monthly list of 10 games) to keep forever.
The Humble Choice Premium plan costs $19.00 a month ($179.99 per year) contains everything from the lower level plans, but lets you keep 9 of the 10 revolving monthly games, and increases your Humble Store discount to 20%.
Humble Choice: What About The Games?
Every game in the Humble Trove is DRM-Free, so you can download them and keep them forever. While there are lots of (over 90) solid games in the Humble Trove you’ll have access to (including Tacoma, The Sexy Brutale, Soma, and Super Meat Boy), the December’s 10 monthly games you can select from can be seen below:
- Shadow of the Tomb Raider
- Ancestors Legacy
- Phantom Doctrine
- Dead in Vinland
- Horizon Chase Turbo
- Dark Future: Blood Red States
- Desert Child
- Aegis Defenders
- X-Morph: Defense
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