The curated monthly PC game bundle known as Humble Monthly is now Humble Choice. So what does that mean for Monthly subscribers? Glad you asked!
Gone is the $12 a month Humble Monthly. That usually came with between one to three big-name (or big-ish) games plus indie games that were included as part of the Humble Trove. However, there was no choice involved.
Humble Choice mixes things up a bit. Now you will have a selection of games to choose from. Ten games will be revealed on the first Friday of every month. Depending on your subscription tier, you can choose up to nine of the ten games (ten for Monthly subscribers who were grandfathered in).
If you had an active subscription when Humble Monthly became Humble Choice, your price got locked in as well. It’s called the Humble Classic plan. Classic includes all ten games, access to the Humble Trove, and up to 20% off games in the Humble Store. It costs $12 per month or $132 per year, which is the same as before.
Excluding Classic – which isn’t available to everyone – Humble Choice has three main tiers: Lite, Basic, and Premium. Each of the different tiers has different prices and benefits.
Choice Premium includes your choice of nine games each month, access to the Humble Trove, and up to 20 percent off games in the Humble Store. It costs $19.99 per month or $179.99 per year.
Choice Basic includes your choice of three games each month, access to the Humble Trove, and up to 10 percent off games in the Humble Store. It costs $14.99 per month or $134.99 per year.
Choice Lite only gives you access to the Humble Trove and up to 10% off games in the Humble Store. It’s $4.99 per month or $44.99 per year.
Humble Choice’s lineup has already been announced this month as including the following 10 games:
Shadow of the Tomb Raider
Dead in Vinland
Horizon Chase Turbo
Dark Future: Blood Red States
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