Get two of the biggest classicistic RPGs, and one of the silliest and shootiest, with the Humble RPG Bundle.
Just 10 days before Borderlands 3 launches – something we kinda forgot – and there might still be some of you out there who aren’t up to speed. Maybe. There can’t be many of you.
But if there are, then the Humble RPG Bundle features the Borderlands Game of the Year Enhanced edition. It’s a bit of a mouthful, but the salient details are that it includes the first Borderlands game, all of its DLC, and features a graphical overhaul for the 10-year old looter shooter RPG. (If you already own the first Borderlands or the GOTY edition on PC, then you’ll already have access to the enhanced edition, like with the BioShock remasters.)
But Borderlands isn’t the only lengthy adventure included in the Humble RPG Bundle.
Also featured are a duo of Infinity-style CRPGs from Obsidian, the masters of the genre. Those games are Tyranny and Pillars of Eternity. They’re both really rather good, and feature huge campaigns and massive amounts of content.
And if you like your RPGs a little less serious? Cat Quest!
Pay $1 (about £0.83) or more to unlock
- Hiveswap: Act 1
- Deep Sky Derelicts
- Immortal Planet
Pay more than the average (currently $3.97, about £3.29) to unlock
- Pillars of Eternity
- Cat Quest
Pay $15 (about £12.42) or more to unlock
- Borderlands Game of the Year Enhanced
Pay $1 or more!
- 10% off your first month of Humble Monthly
- Hiveswap: Act 1 Soundtrack
The Humble RPG Bundle is on right now. It runs through until September 24, 2019.
As ever with Humble, all purchases from the Humble RPG Bundle (or indeed, the Humble Store in general) will raise money for important charities. We may also receive a small commission on purchases made from online stores.
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