Hollow Knight, 7 Days to Die, and Hitman Available on Humble Monthly Bundle for $12

November's Humble Monthly Bundle includes Hollow Knight, 7 Days to Die, and Hitman: The Complete Collection for $12.

on October 7, 2018 6:19 PM

Another month, another great selection of Humble Bundle games for the Humble Monthly Bundle. While October’s selections had Overwatch as the heavy hitter, the upcoming November selections lead the pack with Hollow Knight, 7 Days to Die, and Hitman: The Complete First Season as Early Unlock titles for $12.

If you are entirely new to Humble Monthly, the bundle is a subscription service where storefront Humble offers roughly 10 games for the total price of $12. Each month, there will be a selection of Early Unlock titles–games that are able to be played early ahead of the announcement of all the full content reveal. Anyone who pays the $12 prior to the date (in this instance, November 2, 2018) will be able to play those games immediately.

As mentioned above, the big names for Early Unlock this month include Hollow Knight, 7 Days to Die, and Hitman: The Complete First Season. Without a doubt Hollow Knight is the most notable on the list, widely-considered an indie darling and only recently released on PS4 and Xbox One. Meanwhile, 7 Days to Die is an open-world genre hybrid that has been generally well-received.

Finally, Hitman: The Complete First Season released as a bundle in January 2017 and is still the best way to prepare for Hitman 2 coming November 13, 2018.

While this is already a pretty terrific bundle of games for $12, keep in mind that it will be accompanied by a handful of others coming November 2nd. If you are interested in subscribing to November’s Humble Monthly Bundle, check out the subscription page.

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