Best Humble Bundle Deals This Weekend: ‘Cyberpunk 2077’, ‘Monster Hunter Rise’ and More


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Can anyone truthfully claim to have? nothing play in the Year of Our Lord 2022? Elden Ring, Horizon Forbidden West, The Quarryand [insert any number of fantastic Nintendo releases from the past few months] have entered the chat.

In the event that your backlog is completely drained, or you just need a quick break from a frustrating boss fight, we’ve rounded up 10 great deals on PC games from Humble Bundle(opens in a new tab) which were live this weekend – including a pay-what-you-want collection of 17 games that support a good cause.

Editor’s Note: Humble Bundle is owned by Ziff Davis, the publisher of Mashable. All Humble Bundle products or services listed on Mashable are independently covered by our team.

Helped by Star Wars classics, the aliens vs. Predator Collectionand a handful Pinball machine FX3 titles, this limited-time, pay-what-you-want multi-platform gaming bundle benefits the nonprofit Starlight Children’s Foundation. You get four of the games if you pay a minimum of $1, 10 games if you beat the average (that was $8.26 at the time of writing), and all 17 games if you pay a minimum of $10 – a steal considering the whole package is valued at $328.

CD Projekt Red’s futuristic action role-playing game has made quite a comeback since its rocky debut in 2020, pulling in over a million daily players in the wake of the Edgerunners update for the past week. You can book your ticket to Night City for only $29.99, which is half off cyberpunkthe usual retail price of $59.99.

Available for Windows (free GOG account required).

Speaking of CD Projekt Red, the GotY edition of its massive fantasy RPG from 2015 gives you the base game plus all the extra content released so far. (That includes the Hearts of Stone and Blood & Wine expansions for another 50 hours of gameplay, as if a 50-hour main campaign wasn’t enough.) Flip a coin to Humble Bundle and grab it on sale for just $9 .99, which is an 80% saving.

Available for Windows (free GOG account required).

Although it wasn’t quite finished when it launched in February, this year Extinguishing light sequel was “easily one of the most exciting and deeply satisfying parkour action experiences I’ve ever encountered in a video game,” said former Mashable gaming guru Adam Rosenberg. (Since then, a number of post-release updates have fixed the more glaring kinks, and developer Techland has a five-year plan to make it even better.) Buy it from Humble Bundle for $40.19 ahead of its November 10 arrivals. Bloody Tiresthe first story DLC.

Available for Windows (free Steam account required).

Open world games don’t get much better than this beautiful and tragic 2018 western epic, which serves as a prequel to 2010 Red Dead Redemption. In addition to the full store mode, the Ultimate Edition includes: Red Dead Online access with additional outfits, rank bonuses and an exclusive horse. It usually sells for $99.99, but you’ll pay just $39.99. Yay!

Available for Windows (free Epic Games Store account required).

This remastered version of the 2006 cult hit is a must-play for any Rockstar Games fan. Score it for just $5.24, which is 65% off the suggested retail price of $14.99.

Available for Windows via the Rockstar Games Launcher key (free Rockstar Games Social Club account required).

The sixth episode of the Monster Hunter series arrived on Windows last January after an initial debut on the Nintendo Switch. Rosenberg noted that it may be a lot for newbies to accept, but if you can overcome the learning curve, you’ll be in for an “excellent and very rewarding” monster hunting experience. Grab it on sale for just $30.59, or 49% off its original retail price of $59.99.

Available for Windows (free Steam account required).

A border areas spin-off and sequel to last year’s Tiny Tina’s Attack on Dragon Keep, this whimsical first-person shooter from March has been so successful that it’s getting its own franchise. Grab a copy and see what all the hype is about: Humble Bundle listed it for $44.99, which is 25% off the suggested retail price of $59.99.

Available for Windows.

One of Mashable’s favorite games of 2021, Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy is a “funny, heartfelt, devastating and exciting” action-adventure game with a unique approach to combat and a heartfelt story drawn from Marvel comics. Humble Bundle’s retail price of $29.99 shaves 50% off the MSRP.

Available for Windows (free Steam account required).

Can you put a price on nostalgia? According to Humble Bundle, it should be just under $8.

Available for Windows and Mac (free Steam account required).

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