Missed out on the savings in the Humble End of Summer Sale? Well, fret not, friend – they’re having an Encore.
Last year, the Humble Summer Sale Encore was a little unexpected. The Summer Sale finished, then for two extra days, the discounts continued.
Now, like an ageing rock band on tour who “surprises” the audience with an encore of their three biggest songs they had “mysteriously” not played during the normal set, we’re growing to expect an encore from the Humble End of Summer Sale.
In addition the perennially popular Grand Theft Auto V and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, there are some recent smash hits in the Humble End of Summer Sale Encore.
You can take 33% off Metro Exodus, for starters. (With 25% off the Metro Exodus Gold Edition.) The massive, post-apocalyptic epic launched earlier this year as an Epic Games Store exclusive – you’ll get an Epic code for this one, not Steam – and can expect to be frightened by mutated monsters all over Russia, not just in the subway system that gives the series its name. Probably best you check out the game’s system requirements before committing to that one.
Big hitters from Japan include the stellar Resident Evil 2 remake, reduced by 34%, Monster Hunter World with 50% off – the perfect way to get caught up before diving into Iceborne – and Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, with 20% off. Other recent biggies include Devil May Cry 5, Tropico 6, Dead Cells, Far Cry New Dawn, and Hitman 2.
The Humble End of Summer Sale Encore is here for a good time, not a long time. (Just for two days, so get on it.)
As is always the case with Humble, every purchase made raises money for important charities. We’re Humble partners, so we may receive a small commission on purchases made from online stores.
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