The Star Wars Humble Bundle III Features Rogue Squadron, Shadows of the Empire, and More

The latest offering from Humble Bundle has arrived with The Star Wars Humble Bundle III, which features a variety of Star Wars titles on the cheap.

on February 8, 2017 11:57 AM

Every few weeks, the team over at the Humble Store offers the chance for gamers to support a good cause while grabbing a ton of great games in the process, with the latest Humble Bundle offering Star Wars fans a lot to look forward to.

The newest Humble Bundle has arrived with The Star Wars Humble Bundle III, which is offering a collection of 15 games from the Star Wars universe at varying price tiers that will help go towards charity and supporting their causes. Specifically, proceeds from this bundle will benefit UNICEF, on behalf of Star Wars: Force for Change.

At the initial Pay What You Want tier, purchasers will get Star Wars: Knights of the Old RepublicStar Wars: X-Wing AllianceStar Wars: X-Wing vs. TIE Fighter, and Star Wars Galactic Battlegrounds Saga. Paying above the average price (currently $10.38, as of this writing) will get users six more games: Star Wars Battlefront IIStar Wars: Jedi Outcast – Jedi Knight IIStar Wars Starfighter, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords, and Star Wars: Rebel Assault 1 & 2.

The last tier of games at the $14 or more price point will add the following games to users’ Humble Bundles: Star Wars: The Force UnleashedStar Wars: The Force Unleashed IIStar Wars: Rogue Squadron 3DStar Wars: Empire at War, and Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire, which makes its debut for PC with the release of the Humble Bundle. Purchases of the Bundle at $35 or more will also get users a bonus X-Wing vs. TIE Fighter-themed Star Wars t-shirt.

For more information and to grab The Star Wars Humble Bundle III while it is available (now through February 21st), you can click here and head over to Humble.

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