The Humble Indie PlayStation Bundle returns with nine PS4 games and a selection of game soundtracks.
A new Humble Bundle launches today that includes a bunch of notable indie games for the PlayStation 4.
For a mere $1 you can pick up Krome Studios’ lovingly remastered version of The Bards Tale, along with Grim Fandango Remastered, and PolyKnight’s flying exploration game, InnerSpace.
Paying more than the average – which stands at $9.24 at the time of writing – will unlock Croteam’s The Talos Principle, the standard edition of Wasteland 2: Director’s Cut, Layers of Fear, and Double Fine’s Broken Age.
Empty $15 from your piggy bank, and you can also grab Killing Floor 2 and Shadow Warrior 2. A selection of digital soundtracks are also available as bonuses.
The Humble Indie PlayStation Bundle is live until February 12, 2019. Games can be redeemed by PSN accounts in the Americas (SIEA) region.
Humble Indie PlayStation Bundle 2019
Pay $1 to unlock
- The Bard’s Tale
- Grim Fandango Remastered
Pay more than the average to unlock
- Broken Age
- Layers of Fear
- The Talos Principle
- Wasteland 2: Director’s Cut – Standard Edition
Pay $15 to unlock
- Killing Floor 2
- Shadow Warrior 2
- Grim Fandango Remastered Soundtrack
- InnerSpace Soundtrack
- Layers of Fear Soundtrack
- Broken Age Soundtrack
PC gamers can also save up 90% in the Humble Devolver Digital sale. Games including Hotline Miami and Minit are on offer until February 4, 2019. Any don’t forget, all Humble Store purchases generate money for worthwhile charities.
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