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Save up to 75% in the Humble Hitman sale

Make a killing in the Humble Hitman sale, including money off the 2016 game of the year edition.

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Humble Hitman sale

Make a killing in the Humble Hitman sale, including money off the 2016 game of the year edition.

Humble publisher or franchise sales are a great way of saving a few quid on something you really like. They’re even better if you get to save on more recent things. Take the recent Humble Far Cry sale, for example: that features big savings on the older Far Cry games, and also 25% off the latest release, Far Cry 5.

The Humble Hitman sale is no different. You’ll save up to a whopping 75% off the older titles, but there’s also close to half off the game of the year edition of the 2016 Hitman reboot. Why just the game of the year edition, you ask? Because it was released in episodes, so there isn’t really a ‘standard’ edition to speak of. If you don’t want the game of the year edition, you can pick up the first episode of Hitman for free, and take it from there if you want to buy the rest.

Humble Hitman sale

  • Hitman: Codename 47 – 75% off
  • Hitman 2: Silent Assassin – 75% off
  • Hitman: Contracts – 75% off
  • Hitman: Blood Money – 75% off
  • Hitman: Absolution – 75% off
  • Hitman (2016) Game of the Year edition – 47% off

The Humble store is very keen to remind everyone that you can also buy new things from them, too, not just old games and bundles. On the Humble Hitman sale page, there are pre-order options for Hitman 2, plus the Silver and Gold editions. There isn’t any money off, but at least if you buy from Humble, some money goes to charity.

The Humble Hitman sale will run through until June 25th, 2018, at 10am PT (6pm BST).

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