Grab Conan Exiles and A Hat in Time for Just $12 with August’s Humble Monthly Bundle

August's Humble Monthly Bundle doesn't shirk on Early Unlocks, offering Conan Exiles, A Hat in Time, and The Escapists 2.

on July 7, 2018 3:31 PM

Without a doubt, Humble Bundle’s monthly subscription service is a great deal for those looking to build their PC library at a fraction of the cost. This upcoming month is no exception, with the team at Humble offering Conan ExilesA Hat in Time, and The Escapists for $12.

If this is your first time seeing Humble Monthly Bundle, the service is a PC-dedicated subscription service that offers hundreds of dollars in games monthly for the price of $12. Even better, the deal includes “Early Unlock” titles that are available as soon as you subscribe (or pay in advance, for current subscribers). This lets subscribers get some early value out of the pack before every game unlocks at the start of the next month.

With that said, the Early Unlock games for August’s Humble Monthly Bundle are Conan ExilesA Hat in Time, and The Escapists 2. The star-player in this list is Conan Exiles which has been ushering in a wave of success for publisher Funcom since leaving Early Access. However, combined with the other two games, the total cost of the games are at $90 undiscounted.

Meanwhile, those who picked up July’s bundle can head over and pick up FortsTitan Quest (and the Immortal Throne), Hearts of Iron IVBlackwakePortal KnightsShiness: The Lighting KingdomInterplanetary Enhanced EditionSerial Cleaner, and Stumblehill.

As mentioned above, you can grab the collection now via Humble Bundle.


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