Humble Bundle Releases New Bundle to Benefit Coronavirus Support
The latest Humble Bundle is an absolutely massive collection of games, comic books, and ebooks with all purchases going to benefit coronavirus relief.
Humble Bundle started as a site that collected several great indie games and put them in a limited-time bundle that customers could purchase using a pay-what-you-want model. Since then, the company has grown into a full-fledged store and even branched out to publish games. However, the core idea continues to live on. One of the awesome things Humble Bundle has consistently done is allowed you to decide where your money goes, even adding the option to send it to charity. And now, the company is using its platform to help raise money for COVID-19 relief. Their latest bundle “Conquer COVID-19” is an absolutely massive collection of games. Give it a look below.
Help conquer #COVID19 with this special one-week bundle featuring over $1000 in games and ebooks for just $30. 100% of the proceeds from your bundle purchase go to support organizations responding to COVID-19. https://t.co/HGcpHEW6JZ pic.twitter.com/ZCZf2XpWzrAdvertisement
— Humble Bundle (@humble) March 31, 2020
The new, special bundle includes a ton of cool stuff. From high-rated games like Into the Breach and Hollow Knight to comic books like Saga and The Boys, there’s something here for everyone. And the best part is that 100% of sales go directly to COVID-19 support. Not only are you getting more entertainment than you’ll (hopefully) need to see out your isolation period, but you’re also directly benefiting workers on the front lines of the pandemic. It’s a win-win.
The list of games is staggering. I mentioned a few big hitters above, but this thing is jam-packed with top-tier releases. And it’s from all sorts of different genres. There’s The Witness, Superhot, Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy Remastered, and so many more. If you can’t find something to play, I’ll be very surprised.
Humble Bundle has the Conquer COVID-19 bundle available for the next week. The whole thing is available for $30, though you can, of course, pay more if you’d like. Most of the games are only on PC, though some are also playable on Linux and Mac.