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Save up to 85% in the Humble Store Halloween sale

Save up to 85% on games including Dead by Daylight, Dead Rising 4, and Resident Evil 7 in the Humble Store Halloween sale.

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Humble Store Halloween sale

Save up to 85% on games including Dead by Daylight, Dead Rising 4, and Resident Evil 7 in the Humble Store Halloween sale.

If we’re honest, it will be something of a relief when Halloween is over. We like puns as much as any other video games website, but if we read the words ‘sales spooktacular’ one more time, we may have to bury a comedy axe in our skulls.

That being said, the Humble Store Halloween sale is all treat and no trick, with discounts of up to 85% available on a range of ghoulish games.

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Highlights include every mainline Resident Evil game (with the exception of the second), Red Barrels’ truly scary Outlast series, and Arkane’s sci-fi chiller, Prey.

More recent games to get a price cut include Dontnod’s dark tale of blood lust, Vampyr, and Rebellion’s Strange Brigade.

Here’s the full lineup.

Humble Store Halloween sale highlights

  • Arizona Sunshine – 35% off
  • Castlevania: Lords of Shadow – 85% off
  • For Honor – 33% off
  • Inside – 55% off
  • Killing Floor 2 – 67% off
  • Limbo – 80% off
  • Outlast 2 – 70% off
  • Oxenfree – 75% off
  • Prey – 50% off
  • Resident Evil 4 – 75% off
  • Resident Evil 7 – 35% off
  • Strange Brigade – 33% off
  • Vampyr – 33% off
  • Visage (Early Access) – 20% off

In addition, if you purchase any sale title you will also get a copy of Blazing Griffin’s Murderous Pursuits absolutely free. And, as always, every purchase made through the Humble Store generates money for important charities.

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