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Last chance to save in the Humble Store Summer Sale

New games have been added to the Humble Store Summer Sale, but time’s running out if you want to pick up a bargain.

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Humble Store Summer Sale

A bunch of new video games have been added to the Humble Store Summer Sale, but time’s running out if you want to pick up a bargain.

You can tell that summer is nearly over. The temperature has dropped, it’s getting dark a little earlier, school’s back, and the last of the summer sales ends this week.

The last few days of the Humble Store Summer Sale features sizeable discounts on range of AAA games and indie hits. Highlights include 75% off Deus Ex: Human Revolution, 66% discounts on both Metro games, and a 50% cut for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. The sale also includes promotions on various titles from beloved game publishers Bethesda, and Konami.

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The Humble Store summer sale ends on Thursday September 13, 2018.

Here are some final sale recommendations.

Humble Store Summer Sale Highlights

  • Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 – 51% off
  • Cuphead – 20% off
  • Darkest Dungeon – 70% off
  • Dead by Daylight –
  • Dishonoured 2 – 50% off
  • Doom – 50% off
  • The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – 50% off
  • Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice – 40% off
  • Overcooked – 66% off
  • Prison Architect – 75% off
  • Tomb Raider – Game of the Year Edition – 75% off

If you think you could make a better game than any we’ve mentioned, check out the Humble Unity Bundle. The promotion discounts a slew of game development tools – and some games – and runs until Thursday, September 18, 2018.

And don’t forget, all purchases made on the Humble Store earn money for worthwhile charities.

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