Latest Humble Bundle Features Hitman 2, Gris, Turok 2, and More

Latest Humble Bundle Features Hitman 2, Gris, Turok 2, and More

The April 2020 Humble Bundle deal includes Hitman 2, Gris, This is the Police 2, Raiden V: Director's Cut, Turok 2: Seeds of Evil, and more.

The latest Humble Bundle package for April 2020 features some great selections including Hitman 2, Gris, This is the Police 2, Opus Magnum, Molek-Syntez, Raiden V: Director’s Cut, Driftland: The Magical Revival, Turok 2: Seeds of Evil, Truberbrook, The Bard’s Tale IV: Director’s Cut, Shoppe Keep 2, and Capitalism 2. For those who are Classic subscribers the pricing is as follows: $15 for three games, $20 for nine games, and $12 for ten games.

Hitman 2, which came out in 2018, is the followup to the original title released in 2016 and the first one developed by IO without Square Enix’s backing. It reviewed well with DualShockers and received its latest update just last year — a fun and over the top Christmas-themed update filled with tons of content.

Gris is another incredible title from Nomanda Studio and it received a near perfect score from DualShockers. According to the review: “Gris will continue to be relevant for years to come due to its importance in society when talking about loss and mental anguish.” It was first released for Nintendo Switch and PC in 2018, and then for iOS and PS4 in 2019.

Recently Humble Bundle released a set to help raise money for COVID-19 relief. Their latest bundle “Conquer COVID-19” was an absolutely massive collection of games and ebooks worth more than $1000. And back in January of this year they offered “The Humble Australia Fire Relief Bundle” to help support fire relief efforts in Australia in the wake of the devastating bushfires that scoured the country in the past several months.

Humble Bundle started as a site that collected indie games and grouped 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. But the core of the company was to always allow for buyers to support a variety of charitable causes.