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The Humble Summer Sale Encore is now live

Missed out on the Humble Summer Sale? No need to fret; the Humble Summer Sale Encore is now live.

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Humble Store Summer Sale

Missed out on the Humble Summer Sale? No need to fret; the Humble Summer Sale Encore is now live.

You’re rarely far from a Humble store sale, but this year’s summer sale was a particularly meaty one.

That sale closed just this afternoon, UK time, but it’s not even had time to get cold before Humble have decided to heat up the leftovers. The Humble Summer Sale Encore doesn’t necessarily have all the same things the main summer sale did, but it’s another chance to save money on some great games (and raise stacks of money for charity, of course).

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There are hundreds of games on sale at the Humble Store right now, but here are some of the best picks from the Humble Summer Sale Encore:

  • A Hat in Time – 40% off
  • Call of Duty: WWII – 40% off
  • Dead by Daylight – 50% off
  • Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition – 50% off
  • Hollow Knight: Godmaster – 50% off
  • Planet Coaster – 55% off
  • Total War: Warhammer II – 25% off
  • The Witcher III: Wild Hunt – 60% off

In addition to the Humble Summer Sale Encore, which runs until the 17th September, there’s also a cracking Humble Unity Bundle that’s still on the go, which contains great Unity games and game-making tools and assets. The new DLC for A Hat in Time – which is published by Humble and released today – is also available for free, for the first 36 hours of its release. If you don’t snap it up while it’s free, it’ll cost you an additional $4.99 US.

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