The folks over at Square Enix have recently announced the Holiday Surprise Box 2016. Just as its name suggests, this is a game bundle that includes a number of mystery titles that you can get for just $10. According to Square Enix, the bundle contains seven games that are actually worth over $80 in total if one were to purchase them at retail. In addition, those who purchase the bundle will receive a “special Square Enix Store promotion” to boot. The company also says that the Holiday Surprise Box 2016 contains only PC games, so you’ll probably want to skip this one if you’re playing on a different platform.
While we don’t know the exact contents of this bundle, it’s a pretty good bet that it will be well worth the asking price. Case in point, the last Square Enix mystery bundle included Final Fantasy VIII, Final Fantasy XIII-2, Quantum Conundrum, Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition, Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director’s Cut, and 20% off Just Cause 3 and Rise of the Tomb Raider. Presumably, the Holiday Surprise Box 2016 will feature an entirely different lineup, though we’ll have to wait and see because its contents will only be revealed in one week as of this writing.
The Holiday Suprise Box 2016 can be pre-ordered from the Square Enix Store until December 19 at 4 AM PST. If you do decide to get the bundle, keep an eye out on the company’s website and social media as the contents will be announced and delivered on December 20 after 4 AM PST.
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