Celebrate 10 Years of Company of Heroes with the Series’ Humble 10th Anniversary Bundle

on October 5, 2016 11:33 AM

The Company of Heroes series has let players jump back in time to the era of World War II for an immersive, intense strategy experience, with Humble Bundle offering its latest bundle package for those looking to dive into the series for a good cause.

The latest offering from Humble Bundle has been revealed as the Humble Company of Heroes Bundle, which is coinciding with the series’ 10th anniversary and offering both titles and many of the games’ DLC at a choose-your-own price structure.

At the $1 level, purchasers can get Company of Heroes and its expansions Opposing Fronts and Tales of Valor, while also including the Company of Heroes 2 add-on The Western Front Armies: Oberkommando West.

Paying at above the average price (currently $7.44, as of this writing) will get players Company of Heroes 2 and its expansion The Western Front Armies: US Forces, along with the Case Blue, Southern Fronts, and Victory at Stalingrad Mission Packs, and the soundtrack for Company of Heroes 2.

At the $10 or more price tier, purchasers can get Company of Heroes 2‘s add-ons The British ForcesArdennes Assault, and Ardennes Assault: Fox Company Rangers, along with an exclusive Skins Pack and the art book for Company of Heroes 2. Finally, at the $30 price tier the bundle includes an exclusive Company of Heroes Humble Bundle T-shirt.

As with previous Humble Bundles, the proceeds from purchases are divided up between the publishers, Humble Bundle, and a variety of charities, with proceeds from the bundle helping to benefit Special Effect: The Gamers’ Charity, WDC: Gamers for Orcas, Code Club, and WaterAid.

The Humble Company of Heroes Bundle is available now through October 18th, 2016 – you can click here to head over and grab the bundle while it’s still available right now.

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Ryan is the Features Editor at DualShockers, with over five years' experience in the world of video games culture and writing. He holds a BA in English & Cinema from Binghamton University, and lives in New York City.