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Last chance to save in three big Humble Store sales

You’ve got less than 24 hours remaining to save on the Bethesda, Rockstar, and THQ Nordic sales on the Humble Store.

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You’ve got less than 24 hours remaining to save on the Bethesda, Rockstar, and THQ Nordic sales on the Humble Store.

The Humble Store spring sales have felt particularly strong this year. Everybody likes saving money, but when you can do it and raise money for charity as well? That’s the cherry on top.

Alas, all good things must come to an end; very soon, in fact. At the time of writing there’s just under 23 hours remaining on three Humble Store publisher sales, from Bethesda, Rockstar, and THQ Nordic.

That sees the curtain coming down on these great sales at 6pm BST (or 1pm ET/10am PT) tomorrow, May 17th. Here are the picks from the three respective publishers:

Bethesda

  • Fallout 4 – 50% off
  • Doom – 50% off
  • Dishonored – 50% off
  • Prey – 50% off
  • The Evil Within 2 – 50% off
  • Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus – 50% off

Rockstar

  • GTA V – 50% off
  • Various GTA Online bundles – up to 41% off

THQ Nordic

  • Elex – 50% off
  • The Dwarves – 67% off
  • Darksiders Franchise Pack – 80% off
  • Red Faction Collection – 80% off

Don’t forget that these Humble Store sales all expire within the next 24 hours, so you’d better move fast if you want to take advantage of these savings.

And if you sign up for the Humble Monthly Bundle this month, you’ll get an instant unlock for Destiny 2 – and a bunch of other as yet unannounced games included – for $12.

And you can unsubscribe any time. And you still get to keep the games after you unsubscribe.

Just saying.

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