Humble Bundle’s E3 Ticket Bundle Offers Tons of Great Deals

on June 15, 2016 10:48 PM

Humble Bundle’s E3 2016 Digital Ticket Bundle, which is sponsored by Twitch and currently running for the next five days is offering tons of great deals for games, add-ons, subscriptions, demos, and betas.

For only $1, you can get the following:

  • Twitch Turbo 30-Day Subscription
  • Psychonauts
  • Mountain
  • 500 Amazon Coins for the Amazon Appstore
  • WildStar E3 Pack 
  • Warframe PC Booster Pack 
  • GUNS UP! Starter Pack + TV Head 
  • Super Senso Beta Access + Sensonium Pack
  • Armored Warfare E3 Pack
  • Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex – First Assault Online: Exclusive E3 Digital Ticket Bundle
  • SUPERFIGHT Closed Beta Access + The Joiner Micro Deck
  • 40 Chests for Pathfinder Adventures
  • Neverwinter Adventurer’s Helper Pack + Exclusive Lord of the Labyrinth Title

Then for $4, you can also get:

  • XSplit Premium 3-Month License
  • Grey Goo Definitive Edition
  • Monster Hunter Generations Demo (It is an exclusive debut, as the demo won’t be available to others until June 30)
  • Blade & Soul E3 Pack
  • EVEOnline 30-day Trial Access Code + 4 Ship Skins
  • War Thunder M5 Stuart Tank + P36 Aircraft + Exclusive Twitch/Humble Bundle Decals
  • SMITE-Bellona and Furiona Bellona Exclusive Skin, Kukulkan and Typhoon Kukulkan Skin

Finally, for the average price plus $4 (which is currently $9) you can get these three things:

  • Life is Feudal: Your Own
  • Paladins- Beta Key, Champion Androxus + Countenance Skin, 5 Radiant Chests
  • Payday 2 E3 Mask Pack + The Golden Grin Casino Heist DLC

This is definetly the biggest deal on Humble Bundle in a while, and you can get some great content for a pretty cheap price.

You can check the Humble Bundle out here.

 /  Staff Writer
Tomas Franzese is a Staff Writer at DualShockers, writing a variety of reviews and shedding light on upcoming games for both PC and consoles. While he has been a gamer most of his life, he began writing for DualShockers last year, and has almost never put his computer or a controller down since.