New Humble Bundle Comes With Rust, Homeworld Remastered, and More

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A brand new Humble Bundle has arrived and this one features some of the best games of 2016. Don’t expect any AAA releases, though, because Humble tends to focus on somewhat lesser-known but still very interesting projects when constructing their bundles. That’s certainly the case with the ‘Best of 2016‘ Humble Bundle as well, which contains carefully selected staff picks from a number of last year’s many bundles. A few of the headliners here include Rust, Stronghold Crusader 2, and the Homeworld Remastered Collection along with a few more titles that you might be interested in.

As always, the first tier of the bundle starts at just $1 but you can chip in a little more if you feel inclined. For the very cheap price of ‘pay what you want’ you would be getting Victor Vran, Evoland 2, and Else Heart.Break(). Add in a little more to beat the average price (around $4 as of this writing) and you will also gain Early Access to Rust as well as copies of Stronghold Crusader 2 and Shadowrun: Hong Kong – Extended Edition. Finally, those who decide to spend at least $10 on this Humble Bundle will get all of the above along with the Homeworld Remastered Collection.

All the games listed above are DRM-free and redeemable on Steam. Spending at least $1 on the bundle will get you a 10% off coupon that you can use towards a new Humble Monthly subscription. The service usually costs $12 a month and includes a very nice selection of games worth at least $100. What’s more, there’s a very nice promotion available at the moment for new subscribers that includes a copy of XCOM 2 in addition to the all the other games.

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