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Save up to 90% in the Humble Warhammer sale

That’s Warhammer video games, by the way. Humble doesn’t give you any money off miniatures down at your local Games Workshop.

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Humble Warhammer sale

That’s Warhammer video games, by the way. Humble doesn’t give you any money off miniatures down at your local Games Workshop.

It’s Warhammer Week over on the Humble store.

(Warhammer as in Ian Livingstone’s Games Workshop, and the video games based on the collectible fighting miniatures. They’re not flogging long-handled weapons, favoured by priests and clerics for bludgeoning the undead to, er, death with.)

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That means you can save up to 90% on a selection of Warhammer-based video games, including Dawn of War, Inquisitor, Vermintide, and Total War flavours, among others. Here’s a selection of available discounts.

Humble Warhammer sale

  • Total War: Warhammer II – 33% off
  • Total War: Warhammer – 75% off
  • Warhammer: Vermintide 2 – 50% off
  • Mordheim: City of the Damned – 75% off
  • Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II – 75% off
  • Space Hulk: Deathwing – Enhanced Edition – 60% off
  • Dawn of War Franchise Pack – 75% off

There are also a large selection of DLC and expansion packs for Total War: Warhammer and Warhammer: 40,000.

The Humble Warhammer sale is live right now, and runs through until Monday, November 12 at 10 am PT (6pm GMT). Don’t forget that all purchases made from the Humble store – through traditional bundles, sales, or just shopping for your Steam keys – also raise money for a variety of good causes.

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