The Humble Saint’s Row Bundle Available Now; Also Featuring Deadlight, Homefront, and More

The latest Humble Bundle partners with Deep Silver to offer the Saint's Row series, the Homefront titles, Deadlight, and many other games.

on July 26, 2017 3:32 PM

For PC gamers new and old looking to expand their libraries (and their backlog), Humble Bundle continues to offer one of the best values of getting tons of games at a great price (and for a good cause). This time around, Deep Silver are partnering with Humble in the company’s latest Bundle.

The newest Humble Bundle has arrived with The Humble Saint’s Row Bundle, which provides a number of the publisher’s latest titles for a tier of low prices, including the Saint’s Row series and many others.

Starting at the $1 or above tier, purchasers of the Bundle will get Risen 3: Titan Lords Complete EditionDeadlight: Director’s CutHomefront, and Saint’s Row 2. At the Beat the Average Price tier (which is $5.10, as of this writing), the bundle will expand with Saint’s Row: The ThirdSaint’s Row: Gat Out of HellMighty No. 9, and Killer is Dead: Nightmare Edition. Extra games will also be added at this tier next week.

At the $15 or more tier, the Bundle’s added games will include Homefront: The RevolutionSaint’s Row IV: Game of the Century EditionSaint’s Row: The Third‘s “The Full Package” edition (with most of the game’s DLC), and Saint’s Row: Gat Out of Hell‘s Devil’s Workshop DLC Pack.

The final tier of the bundle, at $75 or more, adds on a pre-order for the upcoming Agents of Mayhem, and all Bundles also include a 10% coupon towards a Humble Monthly membership. Proceeds from purchases of the Bundle will also contribute towards the Lions International organization.

The Humble Saint’s Row Bundle is available now through August 8th, 2017 – for more info and to check out the full contents of the bundle, you can click here and head over to the Humble Store.

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